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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11205 on: September 20, 2021, 06:02:46 am »

We've been talking about that in the American thread but what's that about Italy seizing (I can't spell pls help) Australian vaccines?
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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11206 on: September 20, 2021, 07:22:08 am »

We've been talking about that in the American thread but what's that about Italy seizing (I can't spell pls help) Australian vaccines?
During the 2nd wave of covid various EU countries went turbo pirate on other countries' vaccines. My favourite one was when they seized loads of British owned vaccines in Italy... That were sold for export to Italy. Literally stealing your own stuff. But yeah France supported Italy's anti-Aussie move saying it wasn't anti-Aussie, it was just they weren't meeting their own health interests. Now France is saying Australia is being anti-France, whilst Australia is saying Naval Group just wasn't meeting Aus's defence interests. The hypocrisy is rank; the insults to our countries is just pointless, but hey if they want to burn bridges they can burn bridges all they want

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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11207 on: September 22, 2021, 04:45:47 am »

The current leader of the biggest Swedish Party (also the prime minister) announced a while back that he will step down from his position this fall, after the annual party meeting where they elect a new leader. The other week he participated in his last party leader debate, and at the end of it he was gifted a customary present from all other party leaders. The present from the leader of the far-right nationalist party, the Sweden Democrats, was a book about Swedish sausages with a real sausage attached as a bonus. The sausage’s name was ”Die Harder 6.0”.

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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11208 on: September 22, 2021, 06:04:33 am »

That's a pretty nice political tradition. More political candidates should gift each other sausages; but that is an odd name for a sausage

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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11209 on: September 22, 2021, 07:19:27 am »

It was apparently very spicy. The gifter assured it was by no means a threat or a wish for future misfortune, though one can wonder considering the political animosity between the two whether choosing the sausace was intentionally treading that thin line of what can be called out and what can not.

All in all the gifting was wholesome though, he also got tickets to the new ABBA concert.

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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11210 on: October 14, 2021, 04:12:17 am »

Potential terrorist attack in Norway. At least four dead.

Now they use bows and arrows.

Can't wait to hear gun grabbers coming for bows, now. ::)
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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11211 on: October 14, 2021, 04:13:06 am »

You got to get these high capacity quivers off our streets

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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11212 on: October 14, 2021, 05:18:01 am »

We can't have people running around with semi-aromatic sticks
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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11213 on: October 14, 2021, 05:46:57 am »

We can't have people running around with semi-aromatic sticks
The scented candles are truly horrifying.

The worst, I say! Weapons of mass destruction is what they are! The military uses them in lieu of cobalt-salted nuclear bombs.

Someone get the Hague in on this violation of the Geneva conventions!
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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11214 on: October 14, 2021, 07:33:25 am »

When does a stick become a deadly weapon? Lawyers say the matter is a distinction marked by the user's enthusiasm

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Re: The friendly and polite Europe related terrible jokes thread
« Reply #11215 on: October 18, 2021, 03:59:16 am »

Another terrorist attack, this time a British MP got knifed again, police arrested a Brit citizen of Somali heritage under suspicion of islamic terrorism

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To make matters spicier his dad was a former adviser to the PM of Somalia. Poor guy seems shook that his son would do something like murder. Initial suspicions are that he was inspired to carry out the assassination after chatting with some Al Shabaab people online
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Damn, it gets worse. His father left Somalia to live in the UK because... Al Shabaab were threatening his life
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