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Whilst dining at a resturaunt a man was choosing his Squid from the tank.
Finally he noticed a small mild-green coloured squid with a hairy protruding lip hiding at the bottom of the tank.
Having never seen a green squid before, he decided to choose it.
The waiter seemed horrified at his choice, in truth the squid had been passed up for so long by so many diners, they had all but adopted it as a mascot for the resturaunt. Never-the-less the creature was plucked from the tank and taken to the kitchen.

Gervaise, the cook took one look at the squid and it's hairy bottom lip and couldn't bring himself to kill it. He asked Hans the dishwasher to kill it for him.
Hans took the knife and and looked the squid in the eye for a moment. After a tense few seconds he put the knife down and declared that he didn't have it in him to murder such a pathetic animal.

The moral of the story?


Hans that does dishes is as soft as Gervaise, for the mild-green, hairy-lipped squid
 

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What do Gordon the Gopher and thomas the tank engine have in common?

they have the same middle name.
 

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Pyro styly!!


How do you make a cat go woof?











cover it in petrol and throw a match. :D :D
 

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???? wtf ????

normally i amgood at puns, but this is a PUN isher... :lol:
 

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Pyro said:
Whilst dining at a resturaunt a man was choosing his Squid from the tank.
Finally he noticed a small mild-green coloured squid with a hairy protruding lip hiding at the bottom of the tank.
Having never seen a green squid before, he decided to choose it.
The waiter seemed horrified at his choice, in truth the squid had been passed up for so long by so many diners, they had all but adopted it as a mascot for the resturaunt. Never-the-less the creature was plucked from the tank and taken to the kitchen.

Gervaise, the cook took one look at the squid and it's hairy bottom lip and couldn't bring himself to kill it. He asked Hans the dishwasher to kill it for him.
Hans took the knife and and looked the squid in the eye for a moment. After a tense few seconds he put the knife down and declared that he didn't have it in him to murder such a pathetic animal.

The moral of the story?

Hans that does dishes is as soft as Gervaise, for the mild-green, hairy-lipped squid
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Keep em coming Pyro, it makes me feel so much better about myself.
For years I have had a complex about loving really crap jokes, now I know I'm not alone.

Thankyou.

To show my appreciation I have a joke for you.

Two Polacks went to New York to hi-jack a jet

They came back with Joe Namath

:D
 

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veedubbya said:
Keep em coming Pyro, it makes me feel so much better about myself.
For years I have had a complex about loving really crap jokes, now I know I'm not alone.

Thankyou.

To show my appreciation I have a joke for you.

Two Polacks went to New York to hi-jack a jet

They came back with Joe Namath

:D
Pyro's rule of Comedy number 26
Never use terms the audience wont understand.
 

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veedubbya said:
What.....complex?
You have used the USA equivalant of the 'Irish joke' substituting the term polack for Irishman, some people not au fait with the New York colloquialism for their local half-wits would not get this joke, its only the fact that, as a well known comedian and racontuer who has been to the famous "Only the Cream appear here" comedy club on East 24th Street, I instantly understood the reference and was able to laugh politely. I think the vast majority of the sub-human contingent may have struggled to look up the terms on google.
 

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Pyro said:
You have used the USA equivalant of the 'Irish joke' substituting the term polack for Irishman, some people not au fait with the New York colloquialism for their local half-wits would not get this joke, its only the fact that, as a well known comedian and racontuer who has been to the famous "Only the Cream appear here" comedy club on East 24th Street, I instantly understood the reference and was able to laugh politely. I think the vast majority of the sub-human contingent may have struggled to look up the terms on google.
As it was meant as a token, I deliberately used the American venacular.

I was confident that with your legendary humour you would understand the joke. It was not intended as opiate for the masses.
 

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veedubbya said:
As it was meant as a token, I deliberately used the American venacular.

I was confident that with your legendary humour you would understand the joke. It was not intended as opiate for the masses.
Then I bow to your ineffable wisdow.
 
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