USNews: Jap mass Harakiri?
For three days in a row, Japanese troops storm ashore on Wake Island, just to be beaten to death with cooking spoons by marine reciep finding team that was on the island to discover new recieps.
Yesterday, one of our reporters came ashore, seeing thousands of dead japs lying in front of the field kitchen.
USNews: We are here on Wake Island with Sergant Miller, Chef of the marines reciep finding team. How is working out new recieps going?
Miller: Quite difficult. Actually, we are beating down so many Japs, that its hard to fiend and herbs that aren't spoiled with jap bllod.
USNews: Oh! What do you do?
Miller: Well, what can we do? We tried the herbs anyways...
USNews: And? How did it taste?
Miller: To be honest: Quite good. I thing the Japanese blood gives our goulash quite an interesting taste. In fact, the Privates Can Stephens and Nibal Stephens, twin brothers btw, even suggested to add some Japanese meat to improve the flavour.
USNews: That is... frightening! Btw: This grilled leg of mutton tastes fantastic!
Miller: Have you seen any mutton on the island?
USNews: No, but it really is fantastic. I guess I will take some more home, you really are a great cook!
Miller: Thank you Sir! We are doing our best!
USNews: Anything you want to tell the audience at home?
Miller: Yes, send more Japs!
Serganz Miller: (image for illustrative purpose only):
< Message edited by Historiker -- 4/20/2012 6:16:17 PM >
Without any doubt: I am the spawn of evil - and the Bavarian Beer Monster (BBM)!
There's only one bad word and that's taxes. If any other word is good enough for sailors; it's good enough for you. - Ron Swanson