" From "Vermonter" June 1966, submitted by Muriel J. Hughes
He's so narrow minded he can look through a keyhole with both eyes at once.
She's busy as a frog in a butter churn.
Save your breath to cool your porridge.
He stands out like a blackberry in a pan of milk.
She's so short she'd have to stand on a milk pail to look down a woodchuck hole.
He was so crooked they had to use a corkscrew to bury him.
She's as dainty as a cow with snowshoes on.
He's as independent as a hog on ice with its tail froze in.
She's so homely she'd scare the hoss, and chase the driver.
Vermont has two kinds of weather --- winter, and the Fourth of July.