This lady is shopping in a supermarket when she notices this handsome blonde muscular boy doing the bagging at one of the checkouts.
Making sure she goes through his line she leans over and asks if he’ll carry her groceries out to which he responds, ”Sure lady.”
They no sooner get out of the store and she again leans over and whispers, ”You know, I have an Itchy Pussy.”
He responds, ”You’ll have to point it out to me lady, all those Japanese cars look alike!!”
According to inside contacts, the Japanese banking crisis shows no signs of ameliorating. If anything, it’s getting worse.
Following last week’s news that Origami Bank had folded, we are hearing that Sumo Bank has gone belly up, and Bonsai Bank plans to cut back some of its branches. Karaoke Bank is up for sale, and it is (you guessed it! ) going for a song.
Meanwhile, shares in Kamikaze Bank have nose-dived, and 500 back-office staff at Karate Bank got the chop. Analysts report that there is something fishy going on at Sushi Bank, and staff there fear they may get a raw deal.
Four corporate presidents, one English, one French, one Japanese and one American, were on their way to an international business conference when they were kidnapped by terrorists and taken to a secret hideout. ”You, your companies and your countries are enemies of the Revolution,” screamed the terrorist leader, ”and you`re going to be executed! Do you have any last requests?” The Englishman spoke first. ”Before I die, I want to honor my country and protest this barbaric act by singing ”God Save The Queen” to all your men.” ”That can be arranged,” said the terrorist. The Frenchman said, ”And I want to honor MY country before I die by singing ”The Marseilles” to your men.” The Japanese said, ”Before I die, I wish to honor MY country by giving the lecture I was going to present on the Japanese style of industrial management.” The terrorist turned finally to the American. ”What is YOUR last request?” The American replied, ”I want you to kill me right now so I don’t have to listen to another lecture on the Japanese style of industrial management!”-12+
Take heart, America. Three monkey wrenches have been thrown into Japan’s well-oiled economic machine. It’s only a matter of time before that powerful engine of productivity begins to sputter and fail. What could cause such a sharp turnaround? High interest rates? Increased unemployment? Lower productivity? No, it’s something much more economically debilitating - and permanent. Three American lawyers have become the first foreign attorneys permitted to practice law in Japan. What’s more, two of them are from New York! The decline has begun. Japan has one attorney for every 10, 000 residents, compared to the U. S. ratio of one attorney for every 390 residents. For every 100 attorneys trained in Japan, there are 1, 000 engineers. In the United States, that ratio is reversed. But a law that became effective on April 1 permits foreigners to practice in Japan for the first time since 1955. Already, an additional 20 American and six British lawyers have applied for permission to open practices in Japan. If anything can slow the Japanese economy, it’s the presence of American attorneys. What better way to even our balance of trade than to send Japan our costliest surplus commodity?-0+