silverfox
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Thursdays Chuckles

Fri Mar 21, 2003 8:33 am

A cruise in the Pacific goes all wrong, the ship sinks, and there were only
3 survivors; Damian, Darren and Deirdre.

They manage to swim to a small island and they lived there for a couple of
years doing what's natural for men and women to do. After several years of
casual sex, all the time, Deirdre felt absolutely horrible about what she
had been doing. She felt having sex with both Damian and Darren was so bad
that she killed herself.

It was very tragic but Damian and Darren managed to get through it and,
after a while nature once more took its inevitable course. Well, a couple
more years went by and Damian and Darren began to feel absolutely horrible
about what they where doing.

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They buried her.



PARIS, FRANCE -
President Jacques Chirac announced today that France would be deploying two
elite units of French troops to Iraq in the event of war. Five hundred
crack troops from the 2nd Groupement d'Instruction en Abandonment are
mobilizing to assist the Iraqi Army in the finer points of military
surrender. "The immediate capitulation of an armed
force is a delicate and intricate tactic in which we French have much
experience." said Defence Ministry spokesperson General de Armee
Francois-Phillippe Hommes de Petit-Pommes. "There is a certain protocol in
laying down your arms or fleeing the battlefield. To wave the white flag
while remaining arrogant, pompous and insufferable requires experience and
training. The French Army believes it is second to none in the fine art of
surrendering quickly. The record of our armed forces in that area speaks
for itself. The Iraqi performance in giving up without a fight during the
last Gulf War was commendable but slip-shod. We hope to improve their
level of surrender execution for the next war."

General Hommes de Petit-Pommes further announced that 1000 advisors from
the Regiment de Collaborateurs Francais will also be dispatched to Iraq to
assist the Iraqi people in collaborating effectively with any occupation
force. "It is more important to protect their art treasures than to defend
their honor," the General pointed out.

The General also expressed the hope that Baghdad has some tree-lined
boulevards. "It was our experience over two world wars that the Germans
liked to march in the shade, and we feel the Americans and the British
might like that same measure of comfort in Iraq-especially as warm weather
settles in this spring."



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