A man from Belfast was visitining New York and was waiting on the corner to cross the street. He accidentally bumped into a man and promptly apologized. Since apologies are few & far between in NY, the man knew he was obviously from out of town. He asked where he was from and the man replies "Oh, I come from Belfast in Ireland" Belfast!, that must be terrible to live there? We are always hearing about the violence, bombings & shootings there. It almost makes NY seem tame. "Oh, it's not as bad as all that. I get up every day and go to work just like you would" Oh that's good to hear. By the way what do you do? "I'm a tailgunner on a bread truck"
Not sure if it was my pathetic attempts at an Irish accent or the fact that they liked the joke, but I got loads of free beer one night for that one.
As far as the cordial, I couldn't help you there. I know what it means over here, but remember that we are 2 countries separated by a common language.
When we find out how many bodies you buried in the basement, will we be more shocked or disappointed at the number?
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