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French Chef

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Apr 17, 2003.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    The ship sank. The life raft was much too small
    for the six survivors.
    The Captain, English, tells the rest that at least one person would have to leave the raft, so that it wouldn't sink and drown them all.
    To make it fair, he will ask a maritime question of each sailor.
    Wrong answers lose, and must go away.
    He asks the First Officer " What is the greatest maritime disaster in history?"
    The F.O., also English says "The sinking of the
    'TITANIC'".
    "Correct" says the Captain. "When?" he asks the Chief Engineer, a Scot.
    " 15 April, 1912" says the Engineer.
    "Correct" says the Captain.
    "What happened?" he asks the Canadian Able Bodied
    Seaman.
    "She struck an ice berg, eh" says the Cannuck.
    "Correct" says the Captain. " Now tell me
    how many people died?" he asks the Chief Steward,
    a Welshman.
    " One thousand, five hundred and twenty three souls." says the Steward.
    "Correct" says the Captain.
    Then glaring at the French Cook,
    he says "Name them."