p> JOKES THE IRISH TELL ABOUT THE ENGLISH Now, likely not all Englishmen are stupid — just the ones I met and so I wrote a book of jokes about the stupidest Englishmen. No actual Englishmen were harmed in the collecting of these little funnies.Mickey Finn had been working in England for a few years, and came back to Ireland for a visit. He was asked him what it was likp> JOKES THE IRISH TELL ABOUT THE ENGLISH Now, likely not all Englishmen are stupid — just the ones I met and so I wrote a book of jokes about the stupidest Englishmen.No actual Englishmen were harmed in the collecting of these little funnies.Mickey Finn had been working in England for a few years, and came back to Ireland for a visit. He was asked him what it was like living over there in what we Irish politely call “The Fog Bank”. Usually Mickey is a jolly sort, but a scowl came over his face and he sighed. Mickey said, “I’m afraid I don’t have much good news about the English. Now, likely not all Englishmen are stupid — just the ones I met.” Mikey was asked, “On what experiences could you base such a strong opinion, Mickey?” Mickey said, “Well, I went to England to work. The pay was better and I wanted to save some money to help my Ma buy land. So I got a job in a posh club in London.” “And very surprised I was at the people. England, the land of Shakespeare and Milton, Jane Austin and Sir Isaac Newton, the country of great authors and explorers, philosophers and scientists. But, for all that rich history, the English were more stupid and provincial than any ‘Paddy’ in one of their Irish jokes.” “Now before some beans-on-toast chomping, trite and tiresome British wanker starts to reprove me that I was only exposed to the lower classes and uneducated folks, I would have to disagree. The club I worked in catered to the educated toffs, landed gentry and successful types.” “If one of these dullards asked me the difference between the drunks in an Irish pub in Ireland and those at the English club, I would say the following: the English patrons are drunker but not funny at all - there is no‘craic’ their jokes are meanly racist about skin color that a man can’t change and their national glory was once great, but now it is a justification of snobbery not really earned by the current generation.” So I told young Mickey he should write jokes about his experience with the English. We collected some of the more polite ones here for you, just for a laugh. Fans of Irish jokes, Irish humor, Irish stories, Irish history, Irish books and Irish food will enjoy Mickey's series of books available on Amazon in 2015.This book appeals to fans of Irish jokes, Irish humour, British humour, British satire, and pints of lovely, lovely lager! So please scroll up and grab your copy now! ...
|Title||:||ENGLISH JOKES --- JOKES THE IRISH TELL ABOUT THE ENGLISH: NOT ALL THE ENGLISH ARE STUPID --- JUST THE ONES I MET (IRISH JOKES IRISH STORIES IRISH BLESSINGS IRISH BOOKS SERIES Book 1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||49 Pages|
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