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Mick and Paddy


1 Nov 2009
Paddy and Mick were walking along a street in London.
Paddy looked in one of the shop windows and saw a sign that caught his eye.

The sign read, "Suits £5.00 each, Shirts £2.00 each, Trousers £2.50 per pair".

Paddy said to his pal, "Mick look at the prices! We could buy a whole lot of those and when we get back to Ireland we could make a fortune. Now when we go in you stay quiet, okay? Let me do all da talking 'cause if they hear our accents, they might think we're thicko's from Ireland and try to screw us. I'll put on me best English accent."

"Roight y'are Paddy, I'll keep me mouth shut, so I will. You do all da business" said Mick.
They go in and Paddy said in a posh voice, "Hello my good man. I'll take 50 suits at £5.00 each, 100 shirts at £2.00 each, and 50 pairs of trousers at £2.50 each. I'll back up me truck ready to load 'em on, so I will."

The owner of the shop said quietly, "You're from Ireland, aren't you?"

"Well yes," said a surprised Paddy. "What gave it away?"

The owner replied, "This is a dry-cleaners."
I'm not sure which is worse the (joke) or your Irish accent :lol:
You can't beat a good Irish joke.

The same pair found a mirror in the middle of the road which, having fallen from a truck, miraculously was unbroken. Mick picked it up and looked at it. "This guy", he said, "there's something familiar about him".

Paddy grabbed the mirror from him. "You silly old fool", he said. "It's me!!"
I first met Mick last year when he was on holiday down my way and thought I'd have a bit of fun with him.

I bet him £100 that he couldn't answer my riddle:

"Brothers and sisters I have none, but this mans father is my fathers son.
Who is he?"

Mick thought about it for a while, gave in and handed me £100.

I told him that the answer was ME.

Mick laughed and said he'd catch all his mates with that one and make himself a fortune.


Last year I heard from Mick that he had become the richest man in his village and he invited me over to meet his friends.

I walked into his local just as he was reciting my riddle. The bloke he'd bet £100 scratched his head, handed over £100 and asked - who is he?

I couldn't believe my ears when Mick announced "It's a bloke called Terry in England".

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