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FBnil

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And if he was French?
Sand in French is "sable".
And it also means "a kind of crisp, crumbling biscuit."
The joke in French would be culinary in nature.
When we take the quote "I hate sand, it get's everywhere"... maybe there's a French Cookie Monster joke in that...

... and that's how the cookie crumbles.
 

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Silence! ... of the lambs (as read by Achmed the dead terrorist)
silenceofthelambs-Achmed.jpg link

What does Clarice find in the secret drawer of Catherine's jewelry box? (from Chapters 31 - 35)

a. Pictures of Catherine and an infidel engaged in terrorist acts.

b. A well worn suicidebomber belt of Catherine's father.

c. Nothing.

d. Tickets to Rome and London for the week that she disappeared.
 
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One labrat asks the other: Say, have you vaccinated yourself against covid?
The other labrat replies: Are you crazy!?! They haven't finished testing it on humans!
 

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The only thing worse than having diarrhoea is having to spell it.

No that's easy!
Dire rear!

Sigh, so many people get this wrong. It really isn't difficult.
The letter 'I' followed by the letter 'T'.










Spelling 'diarrhœa' on the other hand, is difficult, as many people don't know how to generate the œ ligature used to represent the Greek diphthong οι.
 

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In a recent poll, the residents of some large German cities were asked which city in Germany was the second most important city in Germany.

Unsurprisingly:

The residents of Hamburg said "Hamburg";
The residents of Cologne said "Cologne";
The residents of Frankfurt said "Frankfurt";
And the residents of Munich said "Berlin".
 
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