Tuesday, June 21st, 2011
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Do Not Shake Hands With British People

Couple of British fellows meet up near a shop. An altercation ensues, during which one takes a swing at the other and then flees, only to return fifteen minutes later, in a seemingly conciliatory mood. He asks the man he has recently struck to shake hands in a gesture of good will. The man agrees. You can guess what happened next.

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BadUncle (#153)

So, shaking hands doesn't really indicate you're unarmed? Another myth destroyed.

I guessed glassing.

jfruh (#713)

Let's be fair: this is in Knifecrime Island's Irish colony, aka Drunken Island's Province of Sectarian Hatred.

BadUncle (#153)

@jfruh Yeah, isn't it technically Shillelagh-crime Island/

Mindpowered (#948)

@BadUncle "The Island of Drunken Hurling"

@BadUncle @Jfruh : Yes, but!

jfruh (#713)

@TerseNursePornstein Haha, he knifecrimed the shit out of that soap!

City_Dater (#2,500)

There's got to be a folk song warning about this very thing, though it's probably usually only sung in Gaelic.

scrooge (#2,697)

Kneecapping Island? This was the popular game during "the troubles". With a gun or a Black & Decker drill. The Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast became one of the best places in the world to get your knees (or other joints) repaired.

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