Prepositional Bedtime Story Anyone?
[As Churchill once said, when being corrected for ending a sentence with a preposition, "this is the kind of pedantry up with which I will not put."]

SON: Daddy, will you read me a story?
DAD: O.K. How about this one?
SON: No, Mommy read that one already.
DAD: This one?
SON: No.
DAD: This one?
DAD: Any of these?
SON: No, Mommy read me all of those.
DAD: I'll go downstairs and find one then.
DAD: (returning) Here's a book about a far away land called - Australia!
SON: Gee, Dad. What did you bring me that book to be read to out of from about Down Under up for?

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