Fun_People Archive
30 Jun
Re: Souvenir of Shanghai

Date: Fri, 30 Jun 95 17:44:44 PDT
From: Peter Langston <psl>
To: Fun_People
Subject: Re: Souvenir of Shanghai

[I like the third joke the best... -psl]

Forwarded-by: (Greyshadow)

In a similar story, a young lady was stopped at a college gathering by a
student of asian languages.  He commented that the characters on her sweater
were very interesting and asked where she got it.   Apparently, she had
copied the symbols out of a menu from her favorite chinese restaurant
without knowing its meaning.  Asked to translate, the student informed her
that the characters read "This dish is inexpensive, but most satisfying."
		________ . . . ________

in another related story, a businessman went to japan to attend a conference
with a high ranking member of the Japanese government.  After arriving in
Japan, the businessman decided to experience some of the Japanese culture
by going to a Geisha house.  He picked one of the women and the two began
to solidify foriegn relations.  In the middle of the act, she began
screaming "Oh...  Oh, Konichiwa...KONICHIWA!!"  The businessman beemed with
pleasure, after achieving such a loud response to his obviously expert
     The next day, the businessman and the Japanese official were playing
golf.  The Japanese man solidly hit a ball 245 yards to land right in the
cup for a hole in one.  The American smiled and said "Oh, Konichiwa!"  The
Japanese man looked at him and replied, "What do you mean, 'wrong Hole'?"
		________ . . . ________

Yes, I, Chip Tencza, wrote this joke.  Cameron Stephens takes no blame nor
wishes any accolades for allowing me to use his good name to tell dirty
jokes.  I am sorry if this joke offends anyone, and appologize for any
trauma this joke has caused Cameron, or anyone else who reads it.  I also
appologize to the families this joke offends, and will limit my foulness to
myself until further notice.  Thankyou.

[=] © 1995 Peter Langston []