For St. Paddy's Day, Riverdance
What would St. Paddy's be without a little Irish humor?
Paddy was shaving one morning when he knocked the mirror off the shelf and it fell to the floor and cracked across the middle. Paddy gazed upon the mirror in horror. "Bejabbers! I've cut my throat!" he gasped.
Finnegan's wife had been killed in an accident and the police were questioning him. "Did she say anything before she died?" asked the sergeant. "She spoke without interruption for about forty years," said Finnegan.
Two farmers were driving their tractor down the middle of a country road. A car comes around the corner, brakes hard to avoid them , skids, tumbles twice, and lands in a field. Jimmy says to Eamonn, "It's just as well we got out of that field."
"Seamus, do you understand French?"
"I do if it's spoken in Irish."
Words Gone Wild held at the point of an Irish dagger by Twisted Linguistics:
just finished poofing my ms - He just made his manuscript disappear.
no charges fileed - Put the knife away. There will be no boning and eating of charges today.
audiance - A radiance that you can hear.
I seen a report - Yeah, I want to be this person's agent.
tenents of journalism - People who live in newspapers.
conotation - Simultaneous footnotes made by two people.
publisicty - Publicizing your bliss.
Kool-aide - A really hip helper.
vindicative - A short phrase indicative of "Came, Saw, Conquered."
Come on, you know you want to know the answer to the burning question of, "How will I die?"