Shhhhh.....

Today I had lunch at Google with a friend. Lunch at Google is free and tasty. You can eat things cooked outside on the grill or choose from Italian, Asian Fusion, Mexican, Veggie, Charlie's Grill, or a salad bar. I had Charlie's venison.

You probably want to know what I found out about the IPO and the new product concepts the guys are batting around. Unfortunately, that's not what we talked about. Besides, Google's in their "quiet period." To help you get over that disappointment, I'm going to repeat a number of jokes from Dive Into Mark.

What's the difference between roast beef and pea soup?
Anyone can roast beef.

A man and a parrot sit next to each other in a plane. The service in the plane is really bad, the man hasnít had a drink for hours and heís starting to dehydrate. The parrot on the other hand is getting drink after drink by the harrowed cabin crew. Each time the parrot orders a drink it does so with a lot of cursing and shouting. The man decides to follow the same tactic and starts shouting. "Hey, bitch get me a whiskey!" To his suprise he gets his whiskey and follows through with the same tactic. Soon, both man and parrot outdo each other in shouting and insults untill the cabin crew has had enough. They grab the man and parrot and throw them out of the plane. Now both of them are plummeting towards the ground below when the parrot says to the man: "Boy, for someone who can't fly you sure do curse a lot".

Two molecules are walking down the street. One suddenly stops and says, "Wait, I think I dropped an electron." The other looks at him and asks "Are you positive?"

Mahatma Ghandi was an amazingly spiritual man, but physically he was quite a wreck. His penchant for going barefoot led to him having enormously tough feet. His diet, such as it was between hunger strikes, meant he was very thin and frail. It also had the side effect of giving him very bad breath. In fact you could say he was a super-calloused, fragile mystic cursed by halitosis.


Posted by Jay Cross at June 25, 2004 06:29 PM | TrackBack
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Gandhi looked so impoverished that when he went to visit his co-freedom fighter Dr. Rajendra Prasad (who became the first President of free India), the guard forced him to wait outside the walled manor for hours.

Posted by: Vijay Luthra at June 26, 2004 08:30 AM

Jay, Refrain from Gandhi jokes. U will be literally screwed if u do. There are many Indians who use the Net and many just need an inviting ass to do needful.

Posted by: xyz at July 10, 2004 02:37 AM

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