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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Imagine my surpreese

When I met the guy who owns the local greasy kebab place round the corner. Here's a picturegram:

Yeah! that's what I thought. Just when you think a guy can't create any more famine or purge any more independant thinkers, he opens a Kebab place. How messed up is that!? And it gets worse. He doesn't wear a hairnet and only serves margheritta pizza after 12:30am.

If you're wondering what else Joe is up to these days, he drives a mondeo and is regularly seen walking out of William Hill. I suppose every one had to find something to do after '91 but let's be honest - abject genoside aside he does have a pretty impressive CV, I mean not everyone can manage being an arguably sucessful dictator for as long as he did, and rumour has it you can earn more answering the phones at Zenith Windows and Conservatories than running a Kebab joint.

Hours are better too.


  • At 1:35 AM, Blogger Ben F. Foster Esq. (c) said…

    Oh I just watched that World War 2 programme on iplayer and remembered how much I hate Stalin and don't think he's anything to joke about.


  • At 11:49 PM, Blogger Timothy V Reeves said…

    I don't buy the theory that like Hitler Joe faked a death in 53, went to ground and then pops up selling Kebabs in your run down inner city neighbourhood.

    Much more likely that this swarthy Kebab guy is doing a Saddam Hussein and using Joe as role model. Watch out because he might be stockpiling WMD in his flat above the shop.

    What you've got to do Ben is show this upstart that we don't tolerate this kind of behaviour in our country. Why not threaten him with a tried and tested chemical weapon - i.e. breaking wind loudly in his shop. That should cause a bit of a stink.

    But watch out that he doesn't retaliate with a "Vlad the Impaler" using a spare Kebab stick. These guys from foreign parts just don't know how to play fair in war.

  • At 11:51 PM, Blogger Timothy V Reeves said…

    That's what I like about your blog Ben: I can throw PC to the (breaking) winds!


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