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A baker's daughter, minus a gross. ie: a regular dozen. Formulaically: 12 (a dozen) times 13 (a baker's dozen) minus a gross (144) = 12 (a baker's gross daughter).
Salesman: "How many bagels do you want?"
Customer: "A baker's daughter"
Salesman: "We don't have that many sir"
Customer: "Oh, ok, make it a baker's gross daughter"
Salesman: "Coming right up!"
by Baker's daughter's daddy December 29, 2011