"We believe that electricity exists, because the electric company keeps sending us bills for it, but we cannot figure out how it travels inside wires."
by Dave Barry
cooran wrote:Where's my bloody caravan !!
tiltbillings wrote:*see cartoon in post*
cooran wrote:Its the start of the holiday season in a small town on the south coast of France , but its raining, so there is not too much business happening.
Everyone is heavily in debt.
Luckily a rich Russian tourist arrives in the foyer of the small local hotel. He asks for a room and puts a 100 euro note on the reception counter, takes a key and goes to inspect the room located up the stairs on the top floor.
The owner takes the 100 euro note in a hurry and rushes to his meat supplier to whom he owes 100 euros.
The butcher takes the money to his wholesaler to pay his debt.
The wholesaler rushes to the farmer to pay for some pigs he bought a while ago.
The farmer happily gives the 100 euro note to the local prostitute who gave him her services on credit.
The pro goes quickly to the hotel, as she owed the hotel for her hourly room use to entertain clients and lays the 100 euros on the counter.
At that moment the rich Russian returns from upstairs to reception and informs the owner that the proposed room is unsatisfactory to his tastes and takes his 100 euros back and departs.
There was no profit or income. But everyone was no longer in debt and the small townspeople look optimistically towards their future.
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