Comments: "Odśnieżanie po łódzku" -- or -- Where Do Polish Jokes Come From?
You guys are brilliant. As a genetic Irishman, I enjoy humor directed at Irish and other nationalities, as well as that directed towards colored (oops, N-word.....!), Jewish (well that's OK, hey?), gay (never! You can't be serious!), and communist (nothing to see here, move along.....).
Fcuk political correctness.
Posted by Michael Richards MD at March 7, 2012 9:39 AM
Symanski, you fool! You have the blower outlet positioned wrong! You have to turn it around so the snow falls on the ground behind you!
Posted by Mumblix Grumph at March 7, 2012 1:37 PM
California Highway Patrol closed I-15 excepting snows or chains during one of those rare road closing storms nearing the Nevada border to Vegas. The girl in front of me at the checkpoint had chained her Jetta's back wheels. Everyone in my car was howling in anticipation. CHP waved her right by.
Posted by james wilson at March 7, 2012 7:19 PM
Back in the 70s the then Communist Polish government put American "Polack Jokes" on trolley, magazine, and subway kiosks to show that Americans had a low opinion of Poles. Poles loved the jokes so much that they converted them into "Russian Jokes."
Posted by Don Rodrigo at March 8, 2012 2:25 PM