...heh heh heh, a punchline waiting years for a turnip-based bomb threat.
Terror came to Fort Wayne, Indiana, late last week as a suspicious package arrived at the offices of a local law firm in a move that seemed to presage a deadly bomb outrage slaughter campaign. After a tense operation by robot and human bomb-disposal operatives, however, it was discovered that the infernal device was in fact - …
Is she married? If so she should have chosen to keep her maiden name; if not she needs to, if just to change her name.
Anyway, clearly someone was just trying to tell the recipient what a turnip he was.
I personally would have gone for the cook and mash bomb disposal method.
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How much does this "Double-Baldrick" procedure cost, I wonder?
EB: "So Baldric what would you do if I gave you a £1,000?"
SB: "I'd buy a turnip of my very own."
EB: "So what would you do if I gave you £1,000,000?"
SB: "Oh that's different - I'd buy a big turnip in the country"
EB (to the Prince in BA3): "You see, the ancient Greeks, Sir, wrote in legend of a terrible container in which all the evils of the world were trapped. How prophetic they were. All they got wrong was the name. They called it "Pandora's Box," when, of course, they meant "Baldrick's Trousers."
Then what in the hell have we been paying all those GM food scientists for then? I for one am sick and tired of those jerks wasting our time and money "increasing the nutrient content of rice" and other bullshit projects like that. Let's get something useful for a change, yeah?
You do know that "ananee masqarad" is ancient Malinese for "one who tries to shag giraffe with his tiny cock", right?
We have enough trouble with English parents giving their children names that sound stupid in English without worrying about what our names might sound like in the hundreds of other world languages.