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(Reuters)   Hitler causing problems for Polish politicians. Again   (uk.reuters.com) divider line 36
    More: Followup, Politics of Poland, Nazi concentration camps, Frankfurt Airport, German forces, occupied Poland  
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2014-02-27 10:07:47 AM  
I thought Jim Jeffries' dad was Australian?  (NSFW language)
 
2014-02-27 11:17:32 AM  
img.addfunny.com
 
2014-02-27 11:18:58 AM  
He said in an interview with Poland's TVN24 broadcaster that he only mentioned the phrase "Heil Hitler" to make a point about how the airport official was being impolite.


Because when I think impolite, I immeadiately think Hitler.

He said he had advised the official to go to Auschwitz, site of a German wartime concentration camp in southern Poland, so that he could "see the consequences of when force is used by people in uniform."

Yes, an immigration official stopping you because you are obviously drunk(that would be my guess as to why at least) is exactly the same as genocide.
 
2014-02-27 11:21:07 AM  
I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.
 
2014-02-27 11:27:45 AM  

Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.


D'yahear about the Polish terrorist?
He burned his lips trying to blow up a bus.
 
2014-02-27 11:36:44 AM  
I'm guessing those weren't two airplane sized bottles of wine
 
2014-02-27 11:36:51 AM  
He drank two bottles of wine on the two hour trip.

Do they mean those dinkybutt airplane bottles? If so, then no excuse.
Do they mean traditional wine bottle sized bottles? If so, stand back and give the man some room, that's impressive.
 
2014-02-27 11:45:27 AM  

grumpfuff: He said in an interview with Poland's TVN24 broadcaster that he only mentioned the phrase "Heil Hitler" to make a point about how the airport official was being impolite.


Because when I think impolite, I immeadiately think Hitler.


I assume it was mostly just a slur being used, much like someone getting bumped by a Canadian and then calling them a canuck, or something like that.

I would hope that we are past calling Germans Nazis if they do something rude or the like, but I guess we aren't.
 
2014-02-27 11:47:36 AM  
See? Not just Americans do it. "I got bad customer service. NAZIS!"
 
2014-02-27 11:52:05 AM  

Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.


Dr Dreidel: Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.

D'yahear about the Polish terrorist?
He burned his lips trying to blow up a bus.


I see there's still no taboo about insulting polish jokes.

/polish
//how did the pollock break his back raking leaves? He fell out of the tree.
 
2014-02-27 11:58:36 AM  

theknuckler_33: Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.

Dr Dreidel: Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.

D'yahear about the Polish terrorist?
He burned his lips trying to blow up a bus.

I see there's still no taboo about insulting polish jokes.

/polish
//how did the pollock break his back raking leaves? He fell out of the tree.


How many Polacks does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Three. One to hold it and two to rotate him.
 
2014-02-27 12:02:50 PM  
realitypod.com
 
2014-02-27 12:03:05 PM  
How many Pollocks does it take to make a drip painting?
 
2014-02-27 12:12:17 PM  

Arkanaut: How many Pollocks does it take to make a drip painting?


Ha.
 
2014-02-27 12:13:42 PM  

theknuckler_33: Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.

Dr Dreidel: Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.

D'yahear about the Polish terrorist?
He burned his lips trying to blow up a bus.

I see there's still no taboo about insulting polish jokes.

/polish
//how did the pollock break his back raking leaves? He fell out of the tree.


We're equal opportunity here:

How many Germans does it take to change a light bulb?
One.

// Germans aren't funny
 
2014-02-27 12:19:02 PM  
When Hitler gets referenced, God wins
 
2014-02-27 12:29:03 PM  

efgeise: grumpfuff: He said in an interview with Poland's TVN24 broadcaster that he only mentioned the phrase "Heil Hitler" to make a point about how the airport official was being impolite.


Because when I think impolite, I immeadiately think Hitler.

I assume it was mostly just a slur being used, much like someone getting bumped by a Canadian and then calling them a canuck, or something like that.


Calling a Canadian a canuck is a slur? Eh? Don't tell the Vancouver Canucks.
Oh... it's a damned confusing word.
 
2014-02-27 12:30:05 PM  
Hurr durr free speech
muh freedoms
they should get over it
durr
 
2014-02-27 12:35:47 PM  
Has the world become such a small place that a drunken old man can't shout a sarcastic comment?  If only there was more room for people like that poor picked-on man to spread his wings, to throw out his arm at high angles with his fingertips thrust forward, as if trying to stroke the warm shining sun.

Maybe there's some room in the East.
 
2014-02-27 12:39:59 PM  

unlikely: He drank two bottles of wine on the two hour trip.

Do they mean those dinkybutt airplane bottles? If so, then no excuse.
Do they mean traditional wine bottle sized bottles? If so, stand back and give the man some room, that's impressive.


From what I know of the Polish people 2 traditional bottles of wine would barely faze them. They are some of the hardest drinkers in the world and proud of it.
 
2014-02-27 12:46:02 PM  

patrick767: Calling a Canadian a canuck is a slur? Eh? Don't tell the Vancouver Canucks.
Oh... it's a damned confusing word.


'Canuck' is about as offensive as 'yankee'.

Some uptight individuals might be insulted by it. Most are not.
 
2014-02-27 12:46:36 PM  

Ishkur: patrick767: Calling a Canadian a canuck is a slur? Eh? Don't tell the Vancouver Canucks.
Oh... it's a damned confusing word.

'Canuck' is about as offensive as 'yankee'.

Some uptight individuals might be insulted by it. Most are not.


What about "Frostback?"
 
2014-02-27 12:49:34 PM  

TheShavingofOccam123: that poor picked-on man to spread his wings, to throw out his arm at high angles with his fingertips thrust forward, as if trying to stroke the warm shining sun.


www.globalnerdy.com
 
2014-02-27 12:49:41 PM  

whidbey: What about "Frostback?"


The correct term is 'tropically challenged', you racist!
 
2014-02-27 12:55:44 PM  

whidbey: Ishkur: patrick767: Calling a Canadian a canuck is a slur? Eh? Don't tell the Vancouver Canucks.
Oh... it's a damned confusing word.

'Canuck' is about as offensive as 'yankee'.

Some uptight individuals might be insulted by it. Most are not.

What about "Frostback?"


Asshole...the preferred term is "Snow Mexican". ;^)
 
2014-02-27 01:11:33 PM  

unlikely: He drank two bottles of wine on the two hour trip.

Do they mean those dinkybutt airplane bottles? If so, then no excuse.
Do they mean traditional wine bottle sized bottles? If so, stand back and give the man some room, that's impressive.


Private or government plane, not commercial, I would suspect. Which would mean real bottles. Which would match the descriptions of him being visibly unstable as he left the plane, and the drunken outbursts at the German dude.

Sounds like the dude has a wee bit of a problem with alcohol to me.
 
2014-02-27 01:14:42 PM  

theknuckler_33: Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.

Dr Dreidel: Bareefer Obonghit: I have nothing to add to this, so here's a Polack joke instead:


How many pallbearers are there at a Polish funeral?

Five. Four to carry the casket and one to drag the body.

D'yahear about the Polish terrorist?
He burned his lips trying to blow up a bus.

I see there's still no taboo about insulting polish jokes.

/polish
//how did the pollock break his back raking leaves? He fell out of the tree.


As long as they're good I'm cool with them.
 
2014-02-27 01:19:23 PM  

Chakro: unlikely: He drank two bottles of wine on the two hour trip.

Do they mean those dinkybutt airplane bottles? If so, then no excuse.
Do they mean traditional wine bottle sized bottles? If so, stand back and give the man some room, that's impressive.

From what I know of the Polish people 2 traditional bottles of wine would barely faze them. They are some of the hardest drinkers in the world and proud of it.


Holy crap, you should see the drinking at a Polish wedding. We *started* with a full bottle of vodka and glasses of champagne for each 8 seat table. After that if you weren't actively eating or dancing a drink would literally be put in your hand.

Good times.

/from what I remember
 
2014-02-27 01:19:58 PM  
Came for Fawlty Towers 'Whatever you do, don't mention the War!", leaving disappointed.
 
2014-02-27 01:31:50 PM  

StreetlightInTheGhetto: Chakro: unlikely: He drank two bottles of wine on the two hour trip.

Do they mean those dinkybutt airplane bottles? If so, then no excuse.
Do they mean traditional wine bottle sized bottles? If so, stand back and give the man some room, that's impressive.

From what I know of the Polish people 2 traditional bottles of wine would barely faze them. They are some of the hardest drinkers in the world and proud of it.

Holy crap, you should see the drinking at a Polish wedding. We *started* with a full bottle of vodka and glasses of champagne for each 8 seat table. After that if you weren't actively eating or dancing a drink would literally be put in your hand.

Good times.

/from what I remember


Yea, typical Polish party each person starts with their own bottle of Vodak.
 
2014-02-27 03:32:58 PM  
This is what happens when you make parts of history illegal to mention.

In America, nobody would even have noticed.
 
2014-02-27 03:35:21 PM  

Gyrfalcon: This is what happens when you make parts of history illegal to mention.

In America, nobody would even have noticed.


something something confederate flag
 
2014-02-27 03:38:18 PM  

Gyrfalcon: This is what happens when you make parts of history illegal to mention.

In America, nobody would even have noticed.


I'm really not sure what you mean. In Germany, you are absolutely allowed to talk about Hitler, Nazis, and the Holocaust. You just can't say they were good things.


Also, FWIW, according to my German friend, the Bild is roughly equivalent to the National Enquirer and/or Fox News.
 
2014-02-27 04:17:28 PM  

Gyrfalcon: This is what happens when you make parts of history illegal to mention.

In America, nobody would even have noticed.


Wow, pretty good. At least a 4/10. With replies.
 
2014-02-27 05:07:02 PM  
My favorite Polish joke actually comes from Poland.
When Chernobyl blew up the winds carried the radiation over eastern Europe.
Now here's the joke:

What's the 5-day weather forecast for Krakow Poland?
3 days
 
2014-02-27 05:40:10 PM  
i1.ytimg.com
 
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