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2 groans [Mar. 14th, 2003|10:33 am]
Peter Sheil
A Scotsman was visiting a friend in the North Woods of Canada,
both liked to hunt. They were hunting for deer, when all of
a sudden, a moose popped up in front of them. It was so
unexpected, neither of them had a chance to fire. The Scotsman
was shaken.
"Hoot mon, wit in blazes was that?!"
"That was a moose", the Canadian replied.
"What are ye saying, lad? A moose? Good Lord, I'd hate to see
yer rats!"


It has been determined, the most used sexual position for
married couples is a doggie position.
The husband sits up and begs.
The wife rolls over and plays dead...


:)))
peter
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[User Picture]From: mysticprincess
2003-03-14 04:25 am (UTC)

;-P~~~~
(I liked the first one better)
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[User Picture]From: petersheil
2003-03-14 04:58 am (UTC)

Re:

There are people in my friends list I would expect to find each one better ... that's why the second one was behind the cut :)

btw I hope you weren't too worried by my comparing Americans with the Simpsons - it's probably just that the limited selection of ones I've met personally are ... well ... shall we say strange? Also the American tourists that get noticed are loud and obnoxious and wear bright shirts. The quiet, polite and nice ones just disappear into the background most of the time :)

Peace
peter
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[User Picture]From: mysticprincess
2003-03-14 05:15 am (UTC)

Re:

The really scary part is that the 2 people who chose Homer Simpson as the "typical American" were both American. I would have expected Europeans to think of the Simpsons because (1) The Simpsons are famous, both at home and abroad, and (2) the loud, obnoxious jerks are the ones who stand out in a crowd and get all the attention, so those are the types that get noticed overseas.

I took no offense at anyone's answers. I have no right. I asked for people's honest opinions.
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[User Picture]From: desert_fae
2003-03-14 06:03 am (UTC)
btw I hope you weren't too worried by my comparing Americans with the Simpsons - it's probably just that the limited selection of ones I've met personally are ... well ... shall we say strange?
Are you saying I'm strange Peter?
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[User Picture]From: petersheil
2003-03-14 08:13 am (UTC)

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:)

Are you saying your life is normal???
And I wasn't even thinking about the incident where native American Indian symbols were left on the porch
*shudders*

btw I think you and the kids have done very well with the stuff that Fox did. Keep up the good work.

I will phone you some time, but getting my redundancy (or hopefully lack of it) sorted has had a higher priority.

big (hugs) to you and the kids
Peace
peter
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[User Picture]From: angel2dy4
2003-03-14 09:14 am (UTC)

hehe.....

I'll admitt I'm blonde and not totally with it right now.....but the first one I don't get ! That is probably funnier than the joke even? Hehe

The second one....cute =o)

Ang =o)
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[User Picture]From: petersheil
2003-03-14 10:01 am (UTC)

Re: hehe.....

A moose is a big animal with horns.
A mouse is a small furry animal.
A scotsman pronounces mouse as if it were spelt "moose"

*bangs head on table*
:)
(hugs)
peter
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[User Picture]From: widowspeak
2003-03-14 09:44 am (UTC)
Hey, I liked them both. But that's just me. :D
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[User Picture]From: petersheil
2003-03-14 09:59 am (UTC)

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:)

Good - I'm not setting my sights too high then.
peter
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