Friday, March 21, 2008

Local Hawaiian Jokes

Finally finished something new. That flu bug thing made its way to me but happily, it was a quick one. So here's something in blush (rose quartz), golden brown freshwater pearls, and sterling silver hammered square toggles.

Here are some more jokes for you:

I had a bunch of Canadian dollars I needed to exchange
so I went to the currency exchange window at the local
bank. Short line ... just one guy in front of me.

The guy in front of me was a Pakay guy who was trying
to exchange yen for dollars and he was a little
agitated ... he asked the teller, "why it change?
yestoday I get two hunat dolla fo yen - today I get
hunat eighty? Why it change?"

The teller replies, "Fluctuations."

The Pakay guy yells, "Fluc you white guys too!"

What is brown and grey and rolls around on the beach?
A seagul and a Filipino fighting over a fish.

What do you call two Filipino pilots?
A pair of pliers.

If I'm a book-book, what you call my kids? Booklets
If one book-book marry one black person, what are the kids? Color Book
What do you call a Filipino origami maker? Manila folder
What do you call a mahu Filipino who has a Greek lover? Baklava

1 comment:

Anandi said...

Your jokes are hilarious (and I'm not even from Hawaii!) Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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