Tuesday, April 8, 2008

A Scot and A Frenchman ... .

A Scotsman was having breakfast in Paris - coffee, croissants, bread, butter and jam.

A Frenchman, chewing bubble gum, sat next to him and asked the Scot if he ate the crusts of his bread.

When the Scot answered he did, the Frenchman blew a bubble in his gum and smirkingly retorted 'In France we eat the centres and turn the crusts into croissants and sell them to Scotland'.

The Scot remained silent.

But the French guy persisted 'Do you eat the jam with your bread?', and getting the response 'Of course', continued 'In France, we only eat fresh fruit. We take the pips, seeds, peel and leftovers and make them into jam and sell it to Scotland'.

After a moment, the Scot asked his companion 'In France, do you have sex?', and after eliciting the astounded 'Of course!' asked 'And what do you do with the condoms after you use them?'. 'Throw them away naturally' was the reply.

The Scot smiled broadly 'In Scotland, we melt them down and turn them into chewing gum and sell it to France!'.


  1. yeah, kinda leaves a strange after taste in ya mouth!

  2. well, there's a similar joke like this about Chinese and Japanese.

  3. hey jon. so how does the asian version go? what's the punchline? tale care. nick

  4. the ounch line is pretty much the same, with ther French being Japanese and the Scot being Chinese