May 20, 2006 at 11:08 am Leave a comment

My wife got this picture from a friend.  Here's a story to make this picture have some context of why it is so funny to me.  I'm Polish.  My grandfather fled Poland during WWII and settled in England.  He was in the Air Force, so he endured all the jokes.  Anyway, one Christmas, my aunt and her husband bought my grandfather a T-shirt that said, "I'm proud to be a Polack.” You know the one…where it’s spelled wrong, crossed out, spelled wrong again.  Now the funny part…my grandfather gave it back to them and said, “It is still spelled wrong.”  He just didn’t get it. He didn’t have a sense of humor. AT ALL.  We still love him and miss him.



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