Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Whats yellow and dangerous?

A wasp.

18 comments:

  1. shark in custard

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  2. a korean without a condom XD

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  3. The Discharge from my Knob.

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  4. I don't think a shark in custard would pose a particularly serious threat to anyone, and therefore could not be considered dangerous. Sharks are designed to live in seawater. If a shark was ever to find that its natural habitat had been replaced with a translucent, yellow, viscous liquid, I think it would be placed into a state of shock before slowly perishing in silent agony. The least of its concerns would be finding food, and in the unlikely event of it feeling hungry it would already be surrounded by custard, a most nutritious foodstuff.

    Contrary to popular belief, Koreans and other East-Asian people are not, in fact, yellow. Although their skin-tone is of a yellower hue than that of their western, caucasian counterparts, it would more accurately be described as brown. The notion that Koreans breeding somehow constitutes a threat to the rest of the world is ludicrous, and frankly racist.

    The discharge from your knob may well be yellow, but I believe the joke is actually on you.

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  5. A canary with a machine gun?

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  6. A Chink with SARS

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  7. A gay banana? Oooooh!

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  8. Well, if Michael Jackson had had a penchant for Chinks instead of us Whiteys, OR if he had had jaundice along with his 'skin condition', then surely his album 'Dangerous' would fit the bill!
    Shamona!

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  9. Horatio Cornblower

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  10. *((int*)rand()) = 0xffff00;

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  11. An angry Bananna. Roy Walker on the Chriss Moyles radio show 15/02/2012

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  12. The puss coming out of the end of a cock!

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