Skip to comments.Bosnia-Herzegovina: Conservative (Half Muslim) Country? That's What I Would Have Thought...
Posted on 02/24/2014 9:31:10 AM PST by Reaganite Republican
Three men die on Christmas Eve, an Englishman, an Italian and a Bosnian, and they all go to hell- where the Devil tells them they are in luck because the next day is a holiday and so they will be allowed to call home.
The Englishman (because this is a Bosnian joke has no family or friends) so he calls his dominatrix and for 40 hours they talk dirty sex. When he hangs up the Devil says, "That'll be 60 Euros." The Englishman protests, "Hey, I thought it was a holiday!" The Devil tells him, "It is, but that doesn't mean you don't have to pay."
The Italian then calls -of course- his mother and he talks to her for more than hour about the family, life, cooking.
When he hangs up the Devil demans 130 Euros for the call, "What!" he protests, "You say we could call home." The Devil tells him, "Yeah, but I didn't say it was free. Pay up." And he did.
Then the Bosnian gets on the line, calls him home and talks to his mother, then his father, then his brothers and sisters, then all his cousins, then the aunts and uncles get on. He's on the phone for 4 hours.
When he's done, he hangs up and walks away.
Satan doesn't say a thing.
The Englishman and the Italian are outraged. "That's no fair, what the hell?" they protest. "How come we have to pay and he doesn't?"
The Devil looks at them and says,
"He called Bosnia- from here it's a local call."
You know why there's no sex scandals in Bosnian political offices?________________________________________________________
Because everybody in the building is related-
Too hard to tell from the picture at the source as to whether she is guilty or not. Absent more evidence, I’d lean toward acquittal.
An Afghan refugee of my acquaintance who resides in Berlin has a repertoire of “crazy mullah” jokes which are so X-rated, they cannot be posted.
In my encounters with Middle Easterners, these kind of jokes, X-rated takes on the private lives of mullahs, clerics and imams, are ubiquitous. The moral of each story is the same - they all serve to illustrate flagrant hypocrisy in high places.
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