Gene Perret tells of the time he was addressing his daughter's elementary school and offering one of his humorous presentations. When finished, on the way out of the auditorium, he passed a little girl who looked very upset. He stopped and asked her why she was upset. She said that she wasn't. In a soft voice she said, "I thought you were so funny that I wet my pants." Gene considers this to be his greatest tribute.
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