London Cabbie

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  1. syntax_error

    syntax_error Bit Poster

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    A London cabbie picks up a American Tourist:

    Cabbie: ello mate where to ?
    Tourist:Take me for a a tour of London please

    Cabbie sure

    Tourist: Whats that ? (points at Canary Wharf)

    Cabbie That's Canary Wharf, biggest skyscraper in the UK that, to a while to build tho mind you.

    Tourist: You call that a skyscraper ? see that in America twice as big twice as good and take only 3 days to build.

    Tourist: whats that there ? (points at St Pauls Cathedral)

    Cabbie: that is St Pauls Cathedral, took over 100 years to build that

    Tourist: you call that a cathedral ? see that in America twice as big twice as good and take only 3 days to build.

    Tourist: whats that over there ? ( points at Houses of parliament )

    Cabbie That there mate is the Houses of parliament Took over 100 years to finish one of our greatest landmarks

    Tourist: you call that a Landmark ? see that in America twice as big twice as good and take only 3 days to build.

    Tourist: Whats that over there ? (points at Buckingham Palace)

    Cabbie Dunno Wasn't there yesterday :twisted:
     
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  2. nugget
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    ROTFLMAO. :D Thanks mate.
     
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  3. Jakamoko
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    Good one, Syntax - liked it :D
     
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  4. AJ

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    nice one :biggrin
     
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