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motorworks
03-02-2009, 10:01 PM
Heaven is Where:
The Police are British,
The Chefs are Italian,
The Mechanics are German,
The Lovers are French
and
It's all organized by the Swiss.

Hell is Where:
The Police are German,
The Chefs are British,
The Mechanics are French,
The Lovers are Swiss
and
It's all organized by the Italians.
:)

Carld
03-02-2009, 10:59 PM
:D I like that. :cool:

bruto
03-03-2009, 12:33 AM
In the version I heard long ago I think the French and Italians were reversed, but it worked just as well. I told that joke to my first wife but for some reason, despite its aptness, she wasn't very pleased. She's Swiss.

tony ennis
03-03-2009, 12:43 AM
If you add the Americans to the joke, it would be something like this:

...and the Americans to come in and break everything, then rebuild it 4x better but facing the wrong way...

MickeyD
03-03-2009, 12:56 AM
We would sub it out to the Chinese now...

Jpfalt
03-03-2009, 11:41 AM
We like the moon
coz it is close to us
we like the moooon!
but not as much as a spoon
'cause that's more use for eating soup
and a fork isn't very useful for that
unless it has got many vegetables
and then you might be better off with a
chop-stick
unlike the moon
it is up in the sky
it's up there very high
but not as high
as maybe
digibles or zeppelins
or lightbulbs
and maybe clouds
and puffins also I think maybe
they go quite high too
maybe not as high as the moon
coz the moon is very high
we like the moon
the moon is very useful everyone
everybody like the moon
because it light up the sky at night
and it lovely
and it makes the tide go and we like it
but not as much as cheese
we really like cheese
we like zeppelins
we really like them
and we like kelp and we like moose
and we like deer and we like marmots
and we like all the fluffy animals
we really like the moon

winchman
03-03-2009, 01:31 PM
I have no idea what the other aspects of Hell will be like, but I can almost guarantee that the background sound will be small dogs barking furiously.

Whenever I get the urge to do something bad, I imagine having to listen to a Chihauhau for eternity (actually, anything more than ten seconds would be pretty effective). That keeps me on the straight and narrow.

Roger