Supplies Jokes

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    There was this Spanish guy, this Korean guy and this Russian guy all working for the same construction company. At the beginning of the day the boss comes out and says to the Spanish guy, "You're in charge of the cement." Then he said to the Russian guy, "You're in charge of the dirt." Then he said to the Korean guy, "You're in charge of the supplies." Then he said, "I'm gonna be back at the end of the day to check on your work. It better be good or you're fired." So they all go off to go get their work done. At the end of the day, the boss comes back to check on their work. He looks at the big pile of cement and goes, "Good work," to the Spanish guy. Then he looks at the big pile of dirt and says, "Good work," to the Russian guy. Then he couldn't find the Korean guy so he asks, "Where the heck is the Korean guy??" All of a sudden, the Korean guy jumps out from behind the big pile of dirt and yells, " more...

    What is the value of a kind word?
    In January of 1986 I was flipping through the channels on TV and saw the closing credits for a PBS show called "Funny Business," a show about cartooning. I had always wanted to be a cartoonist but never knew how to go about it. I wrote to the host of the show, cartoonist Jack Cassady, and asked his advice on entering the profession.
    A few weeks later I got an encouraging handwritten letter from Jack, answering all of my specific questions about materials and process. He

    went on to warn me about the likelihood of being rejected at first, advising me not to get discouraged if that happened. He said the cartoon samples I sent him were good and worthy of publication.
    I got very excited, finally understanding how the whole process worked. I submitted my best cartoons to Playboy and New Yorker. The magazines quickly rejected me with cold little photocopied form letter. Discouraged, I put my art supplies in the closet and more...

    These three guys - an American, Chinese, and German - were
    shipwrecked on a desert island. The German found this smokey bottle.
    So he brought it back to the other two and they all opened it togther
    (the German was a really nice guy). Well, low and behold, a GENIE
    POPPED OUT! The genie granted them each one wish, and of course all
    three wanted to be back home. So the genie said he would grant them
    their wishes.
    "But first, you must all do me a favor. Mr. American - I want you
    to built me a restaurant here. Mr. German - you will make the kitchen
    for this restaurant. Mr. Chinaman - you will get the supplies for the
    restaurant. I have a hot date waiting for me in Bagdad, so I have to
    go. But I will return in ONE MONTH. At that time, if you satisfied my
    requirements, I will grant your wishes."
    So for one month, the three men American and German toiled while
    the Oriental kinda lazed around and gave a helping hand to the more...

    A foreman at a construction site gathers three of his workers: an Irishman, an Italian and a Chinese.
    He says to the Irishman, "you're in charge of Sweeping, I want this whole area swept up before I get back".
    He says to the Italian, "You're in charge of shoveling. I want that pile shoveled into the truck so they can haul it away."
    He says to the Chinaman, "You're in charge of supplies. No make sure that all gets done before I get back."
    Three hours later, he returns and none of the work is done. The Irishman says, "I couldnt find a broom. You left the Chinaman in charge of supplies and he disappeared." The Italian says "And I couldn't find a shovel".
    So the forman starts walking and looking for the chinaman. Just then, the Chinaman jumps out from behind a pillar and screams "SUPPLIES!!"

    Christopher Columbus was stranded in Jamaica and needed supplies. He knew that an eclipse was to occur the next day. He told the tribal chief, "The God who protects me will punish you. Unless you give me supplies this night, a vengeance will fall upon you and the moon shall lose its light!"
    When the eclipse darkened the sky, Columbus got all the supplies he needed.
    In the early 1900s, and Englishman tried the same trick on a Sudanese chieftain. "If you do not follow my order," he warned, "vengeance will fall upon you and the moon will lose its light."
    "If you're referring to the lunar eclipse," the Sudanese chieftain replied, "that doesn't happen until the day after tomorrow."

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