This won't make much sense to the non-Aussies who read this, but here goes, my all-time favourite Australian joke:
The last sheep was shorn and two shearers started to talk as they gathered up their belongings. The first shearer says to the second one, 'Now that the shearing season is over, what are you going to do?"
The second shearer thinks for a minute and says, "I think I'm going to go down to Sydney."
The first shearer asks, "Which route are you going to take?"
The second shearer thinks for a minute and then answers, "I think I'll take the wife. She stayed with me through the drought."
Saturday, 25 August 2007
Thanks to Shirley for sending me these. --MG
- Home is where you hang your @.
- The e-mail of the species is more deadly than the mail.
- A journey of a thousand sites begins with a single click.
- You can't teach a new mouse old clicks.
- Great groups from little icons grow.
- Speak softly and carry a mobile phone.
- C:\ is the root of all directories.
- Oh, what a tangled web-site we weave when first we practice.
- Pentium wise, pen and paper foolish.
- The modem is the message.
- Too many clicks spoil the browse.
- The geek shall inherit the earth.
- There's no place like home page.
- Don't byte off more than you can view.
- Fax is stranger than fiction.
- What boots up, must come down.
- Windows will never cease.
- Virtual reality is its own reward.
- Modulation in all things.
- Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him to use the Net and he won't bother you for weeks.