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September 08, 2013


Japanese professor pushes for Hide and Seek at the Olympics

(Thanks to Alkali Bill)


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No mention of the possibility of having Olympic Kamikaze pilots having a competion near Detroit?

Well if they're going to have Hide and Seek as a competition why not follow it with competitive Musical Chairs? I'd watch it.

Monty Python already thought of this about 40 years ago.

They should do it a la Monty Python's World Championships of Hide and Go Seek where participants can jet off to anywhere on the globe

It'll never work. If they are hiding, no one can see the bikinis.

Good God! Yes I know we are nutty over here but but but never mind, I have seen much worse than this.
I humbly suggest the hokey pokey as well

Some say it's too bad that this is too late for the Russian Olympiad, others say it'll be essential.

" This man is trying not to be seen. "

python rules on this thread.
and might i add.... brilliant..

clankie - turn offf the italics.

I believe Jimmy Hoffa has already qualified as the USA's entrant.

Hide the alcohol, and Seek professional help?

How about blind hide and go seek, fully armed?

They tried this in the 50's and nobody has seen the Polish team since.

i'd like to try.
..............signed, claude rains.

(for geezers only)

All right, here's the deal.
You go hide and we'll look for you.
We promise.

An Italian, and a Japanese fellow were hired at a construction site. The foreman pointed out a huge pile of sand and told the Italian guy, "You're in charge of shoveling." And to the Japanese guy, "You're in charge of supplies."
He then said, "Now, I have to leave for a little while. I expect you guys to make a dent in that there pile."
The foreman went away for a of couple hours, and, when he returned, the pile of sand was untouched. He asked the Italian, "Why didn't you shovel any of it?" The Italian replied, "I no hava no shovel. You said to the Japanese fella that he a wasa in a charge of supplies, but he hasa disappeared and I no coulda finda him nowhere."
The foreman was really angry by now and stormed off toward the pile of sand to look for the Japanese guy.
Just then, the Japanese guy jumped out from behind the pile of sand and yelled...

I can say without equivocation...that was the worst joke I've heard in years. Well Done !

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