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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Some Humor for Wednesday!

Darned clever, these Canadians!
Perhaps
   America and Europe & Australia should consider 
changing their currencies too. 
Due to the global war on terrorism, many terrorist organizations have had their finances frozen.  Consequently, they have resorted to counterfeiting.
   

The Canadians have decided to redesign their currency to prevent the radical
Muslims from even touching it!  It is also hoped that this will have a positive effect on tourism.      
Muslim terrorists have to kill themselves if they see a naked woman. Those Canadians always 
find the solution!  Must be the pure water up 
there in the North

12 comments:

George said...

Funny! Thanks for the laugh.

texwisgirl said...

ha ha!

Trotter said...

Hi Sylvia! It’s not what it seems: I’ve just been too busy... No holidays... ;)

I thought it was the currency of The People's Republic of Fremont... ;)
Cent rêves... ;)

Blogtrotter Two is posting on Corsica this summer... Enjoy and have a wonderful week!!

Henrique Colonese said...

Sylvia,

Muido bom o Post, Enquanto alguns não vão querer tocar, outros não vão querer largar.. Ai não sei se vai surgir muito efeito a campanha das canadenses...

Percebi que você mudou o layout do blog, ficou muito bom...

Abraços.
http://campechefatosefotos.blogspot.com/

Cildemer said...

He he he! Would be nice to have some half naked handsome men too;o)

lotusleaf said...

Ha ha! A currency note collector would be thrilled!

Al said...

I'm ready to visit! Funny!

magiceye said...

lol!

Jack said...

I would be ready to move up there if it wasn't so darned cold in the winter.

Linnea said...

Oh I love this post!

Maria said...

*LOL*

Carver said...

Sylvia these are hysterical.

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