Most Americans would prefer to serve in Afghanistan than work at Disneyland. As a result, the theme park plans to:
a) Change its name to Talibaniland.
b) Train Pluto to sniff out roadside bombs.
c) Put opium in the fairy floss.
Year 12 exams are underway. Students should remember:
a) Always bring a sharp pencil, to stab the try-hard who immediately asks for more paper.
b) ENTER scores aren’t everything; it also helps to have a rich daddy.
c) McDonald’s is hiring for Christmas.
It has been revealed that Victorian ambulances are not equipped with GPS. Also:
a) Stroke victims are asked to get out and push.
b) Paramedics eat discarded placenta for lunch.
c) When a siren malfunctions, officers strap glow sticks to a kitty and swing it on the roof.
The Chairman of British Airways wants to relax airport security. Passengers have responded:
a) “Allah Akbar!”
b) “Will the wand still go wild when I sprinkle tin foil in my undies?”
c) “When I fly Jetstar, I’m expecting to die anyway.”
How does the Dalai Lama plan to spend his retirement?
a) By wearing a robe all day.
b) Getting into charity work.
c) Being exiled from a retirement homeland.
NASA wants volunteers for a one-way flight to MARS. Perks include:
a) Chicken or fish.
b) Dying alone.
c) By law of averages, passengers are almost certainly guaranteed sex with a crew member.
When in Sydney, answers choose to stay at the Sebel Town House.
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