It reminded me of the joke about the polite Japanese dude:
Yaknow, the Japs make a special effort to always be polite and accomodating (not so polite on my part
). So here's this Jap dude who's new to English, over in good ol' England for a visit, and he's invited to a fancy dinner party. He knows that one should thank the hostess on arrival, and he studies his phrase book intently.
So the evening comes, he dons his best suit and tie, takes the taxi to the house, walks up and rings the doorbell. Yup, he's prepared for sure. The hostess opens the door, the dude reaches out his hand and shakes hers and says in his best practised English: "Thank you very much, Sir or Madame, whatever the case may be!"
You might also know that the Japs can't say l's, they get'm to sound like r's. So the Japanese Emperor decided to have an erection
Happy Thirstday, Teunis