Upon receiving her manuscript with a rejection letter back from a major publishing company, the author sent a letter to the editor.
“Sir,” she began, “you sent back a story of mine. I know that you did not read the story, for as a test I pasted together pages 18,19,20 and 21. My story came back with these pages still stuck together. I know you are a fraud and turned down the manuscript without reading them.”
The editor replied: “Madam, at breakfast when I open an egg I don’t have to eat the whole egg to discover it is bad.”
It isn’t the size of the tree that matters, it’s the quality of the nuts that are on it.