MADRE DE DIOS Y LOS TRES ANGELES

by Anton Wills-Eve


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MADRE DE DIOS Y LOS TRES ANGELES

There follows a collection of three stories which appear at first to have nothing in common. But they do. What do you think it is?


1)  Have you heard the joke about the Irishman who bought a paper shop? It blew away.


2)  “Knock, knock!”

“Who’s there?”

“Isabel.”

“Isabel who?”

“Is a bell necessary on a bicyle.”


3)  Jaime was a self admitted failure as a husband and a father. It eventually became too much for his wife, Rebecca. One day she said to him.

“Jaime. Jaime you are the greatest loser I have ever known. There’s nobody to touch you. Nobody. Do you know something, Jaime? Jaime, listen to me when I’m looking at you! Jaime if they ever held a competition to find the biggest loser in the world, you would come second!”


So what do these rivetting tales have in common? They are all dreadful jokes? Well that’s debatable and anyway is not the right answer. They all have a feeling of ethnicity about them? Yes, you could say that although Isabel is not just Scottish. My Czechoslovakian oncologist is called Isabel. But still it is another nationality, but is that an ethnic difference? No. Look you’ve all obviously got no idea so I will tell you.

None of them has anything to do with the title, which is not even in the same language.

Happy now, post setter? Gee that was tough!

AWE

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