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American tourist in London

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by fhp490, Jan 15, 2006.

  1. fhp490


    Oct 13, 2005
    An American tourist in London decides to skip his tour group and explore the city on his own. He wanders around, seeing the sights, and occasionally stopping at a quaint pub to soak up the local culture, chat with the lads, and have a pint of Guinness.

    After a while, he finds himself in a very high class neighborhood - big, stately residences, no pubs, no stores, no restaurants, and worst of all .....NO PUBLIC TOILETS!

    He really, really had to go, after all those Guinnesses. He finally finds a narrow side street, with high walls surrounding the adjacent buildings and decides to use the wall to solve his problem.

    As he is unzipping, he is tapped on the shoulder by a London Bobby, who says, "I say, sir, you simply cannot do that here, you know."

    "I'm very sorry, officer," replies the American, "but I really, really HAVE TO GO, and I just can't find a public toilet."

    "Ah, yes," said the Bobbie . "Just follow me". He leads him to a back
    "delivery alley", then along a wall to a gate, which he opens. "In there," points the Bobbie. "Whiz away, sir, anywhere you want."

    The fellow enters and finds himself in the most beautiful garden he has ever seen. Manicured grass lawns, statuary, fountains, sculptured hedges, and huge beds of gorgeous flowers, all in perfect bloom. Since he has the cop's blessing, he unburdens himself and is greatly relieved.

    As he goes back through the gate, he says to the Bobby, "That was really decent of you is that what you call "British hospitality?"

    "No sir," the Bobby replied. "It's what we call 'The French Embassy'."