An Englishman, a Scotsman, an Irishman, a Welshman, a Latvian, a Turk, a German, an Indian, several Americans (including a native Hawaiian and an Alaskan), an Argentine, a Dane, two Australians (anglo and Aboriginal), a Slovak, an Egyptian, a Japanese, a Moroccan, a Frenchman, a New Zealander, a Spaniard, a Russian, a Guatemalan, a Colombian, a Pakistani, a Malaysian, a Croatian, an Uzbek, a Cypriot, a Pole, a Lithuanian, a Chinese, a Sri Lankan, a Lebanese, a Ugandan, a Vietnamese, a Korean, a Uruguayan, an Algerian, a Czech, an Icelander, a Mexican, a Finn, a Honduran, a Panamanian, an Andorran, an Israeli, a Venezuelan, an Iranian, a Fijian, a Peruvian, an Estonian, a Syrian, a Brazilian, a Portuguese, a Liechtensteiner, a Mongolian, a Hungarian, three Canadians (anglo, francais and First People), a Moldovan, a Palestinian, a Haitian, a Macedonian, a Bolivian, a Tajikistani, a Samoan, an Armenian, an Aruban, an Albanian, a Greenlander, a Micronesian, a Georgian, a Bahamian, a Belarussian, a Kenyan, a Cuban, a Tongan, a Cambodian, a South African, a Qatari, an Azerbaijani, a Romanian, a Chilean, a Jamaican, a Filipino, a Ukrainian, a Dutchman, a Malawi, a Ecuadorian, an Ethiopian, a Costa Rican, a Swede, a Bulgarian, a Serb, a Swiss, a Greek, a Belgian, a Singaporean, an Italian, a Norwegian and a Kazakh…
…walk into a fine restaurant.
“I’m sorry,” says the maitre d’, after scrutinizing the group…
“You can’t come in here without a Thai.”
Making you laugh makes me happy.
Day 056 #100happydays
Awesome sketch of a haughty maitre d’ (which is much harder than I expected it would be to find on the google) is by Matt Gorball.
This joke was relayed to me by my dear friend Chris. If you find it offensive in any way, please get a hobby.