A doctor, a lawyer and a priest are on a sinking ship.
The doctor says, “Save the women and children!”
The lawyer says, “Screw the women and children.”
The priest says, “Think we have time?”
“Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.” – Isaac Asimov
“Don’t think of it as dying. Just think of it as leaving early to avoid the rush.” -Terry Pratchett
“I’m not afraid of death; I just don’t want to be there when it happens.” – Woody Allen
An Irishman walks out of a bar.
Writing this here at work, these seem appropriate.
Make that, one chicken walks into Table 128 and doesn’t make it out alive.
I recently had the pleasure of dining at Table 128 and had the best chicken dish I have ever had. Ever.
Presenting, Heirloom Chicken
Wild rice, Brussels sprouts, French horn mushrooms, natural reduction and chestnut puree.
Was it one of these chickens, perhaps? No, those are some of the 10,000 chickens I grew up with. They were very cute.
Anthropophagy (n.) – the eating of human flesh; cannibalism.
A little anthropophagy humor:
Eight Donners go to dinner. Two hours later the host calls, “Donner party of eight.” To which they reply, “Make the seven.”
The Donners, in fact, only resorted to cannibalism after eating boiled animal bones, hides, and even a beloved dog, Uno.