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*sings*

I get a three-day weeeekend, I get a three-day weeeekend...

*bounces*

Summer term is officially over at work. The next week is just day care, which is only the kids who come every day, all day. Therefore, we have lower counts, and therefore, not all staff are needed every day, and therefore, I have Monday off.

*bounces again*

My aunt emailed me a funny:

British Courtesy

An American tourist in London found himself needing a bathroom something terrible. After a long search he just couldn't find any public bathroom to relieve himself, so he went down one of the side streets to take care of business.

Just as he was unzipping, a London police officer showed up. "Look here, old chap, what are you doing?" the officer asked.

"I'm sorry," the American replied, "but I've really gotta go!"

"You can't do that here," the officer told him. "Look, follow me."

The police officer led him to a beautiful garden with lots of grass, pretty flowers, and manicured hedges.

"Here," said the policeman, "whiz away."

The American tourist shrugged, turned, unzipped, and started going on the flowers. "Ahhh," he said in relief. Then turning toward the officer, he said, "This is very nice of you. Is this British courtesy?"

"No," retorted the policeman. "It's the French Embassy."


Silly, I know, but as we watched Shanghai Knights last night, it gave me a giggle.

Thanks to all the boys and girls who have my back with regards to the review thing. Tonight is Unastopia... *maniacal laughter*
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(Anonymous)
a London police officer showed up. "Look here, old chap, what are you doing?" the officer asked.

Bwahaha!!!

You'd probably have to be a Brit to know why that's funny.

Jeannette