They say't 'What's one man's meat 's pizen t' the other feller,' and I guess it's so enough.
That's where that feller's credit comes in, you see; and that's where mine comes in.
A feller's got to have sumpin' besides school-larnin' to draw like him.
You kin imagine how that other feller's cigar tasted when he lighted it ag'in.
I didn't have any small change so I handed the feller a five-dollar bill.
And the little Irish feller sed: "Judge, your honor, I am a sailor."
Wall I hed a great time with that feller, but I got here at last.
Don't turn away, young man—you feller in the green necktie, there.
Got no more regards than a brazing calf-disturbin' a feller with his sweetheart!
That's what that first feller said to the other one who was stuck.