Harry Belafonte Took A Dump In Your Handbag!

Sorry, private joke. That's the a combination of the punchlines of three different stories from dinner last night... They all seemed funny at the time. Trust me on this.

1: A friend was sitting next this guy on a First Class flight to somewhere in the Caribe, chatting to him all the way. Nice guy, deep mellow speaking voice. They get off the plane there's all these cameras there. "Somebody famous?" asks my friend. "They'd be for me," says Harry B.

2: A friend gets the key from inside the glove that's hidden in the switch-box in the lift-foyer and lets herself in to her mate's flat in an overseas city. She busting for a crap, and finds the toilet just in time to let a mammoth load go, stinking the place up real bad. As she is sitting there, pants around her ankles, a strange guy comes in - "Who are you and what the fuck are you doing taking a dump in my apartment?" Turns out there was another glove in the switch-box with another key for the adjacent apartment, the one she was meant to go into!

3. Friend of a friend goes into a Ben&Jerries somewhere in Malibu, orders an ice-cream. She looks around and there's Robert Redford. She's totally awestruck! She pays for her ice-cream and walks out, still stunned! (She's easily impressed.) When she gets to the carpark she realises that she isn't holding her ice-cream. She goes back in to get it but there's nothing there and Robert Redford smiles and says to her, "You put it in your handbag."

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The Clean Up Hong Kong Air team had a bit of a spelling problem at the Rugby7s on the weekend. You, go to the left. You, swap with him. You, move two to the left: OK, how's that?


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In the airport lounge currently, more toilet humour later.

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Posted by: expat@large on Apr 01, 08 | 6:32 pm | Profile


OTHER MONKEYS SAID



not so private anymore, sugar! *snickering* so, are you on your way back to . . .?

(so would you suggest hong kong or singapore as a hiding place if mc cain takes the election in november?)


Posted by: savannah on Apr 01, 08 | 7:45 pm

As you can see Sav, there's plenty of seating room at the HK Stadium in the unlikely event that such an exodus should become necessary.


Posted by: expat@large on Apr 02, 08 | 12:17 am

bless your heart

i was being serious, sugar! you always have to have a way out.


Posted by: savannah on Apr 02, 08 | 8:34 am

I had an American friend who wanted to get Canadian citizenship after the Iraq invasion so I guess if you could just persuade enough Americans to actually vote during the next election thimgs might turn out the way you'd all prefer! Which is what? Hillary or Obama?


Posted by: expat@large on Apr 02, 08 | 11:12 am

obama supporter here. i wasn't sure who i would support during the early part of the campaign season. i liked edwards and had always thought he should have been the nominee and not kerry. my children suggested i take a serious look at obama. shortly after that, i had a chance encounter with senator obama while we were in charleston, south carolina, a brief conversation and we were sure he was the one. (cue west wing music) voter registration is up all across the nation, in fact, right here in georgia, we had the highest turnout in recent history just for the primary! so, i think, perhaps this time, we might have a chance to change the direction of policies both here and abroad.

(i'm still looking at exit options.)


Posted by: savannah on Apr 02, 08 | 3:08 pm

Hate to break it to you Sav but there's no escape.


Posted by: Dick on Apr 02, 08 | 11:55 pm

no, no, no, sugar, say it isn't so! *weeping* there's always a way out


Posted by: savannah on Apr 03, 08 | 3:16 am

Well there is the Hamlet option of course....but think of all the blogging you'd miss. (Totally innocuous quip).


Posted by: Dick on Apr 04, 08 | 12:44 am


THIS MONKEY SAYS




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