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September 26, 2012


Italy's highest court has ruled that telling a man he has 'no balls' as an insult is a crime punishable with a fine.

(Thanks to Jay Brandes)


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Is Judi allowed to fire Dave?

What?!? He showed up for tennis with only his racket. Said he left the can at home.

But what if he in fact is ball-less? Still an insult?

In Heaven,

All the police are British;
All the cooks are French;
All the mechanics are German;
All the lovers are Italian,
and it's all organized by the Swiss.

But in HELL,

All the police are German;
All the cooks are British;
All the mechanics are French;
All the lovers are Swiss,
and it's all organized by the Italians.

Eunuchs throughout Italy rejoice. No comment yet from the Vienna Boys Choir.

He may be insulted, but at least he'll live longer.

Miscarriage of justice; total misunderstanding. It happened in wintertime, in the Alps. He was having a little fun, and she said "He has snowballs!"

That's pretty scary gavel in this context.

Is "D*ckless" still okay?

If one overlooks it, does that prove the truth of the insult?

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