It was a slow death but a beautiful finish.
Heard this one on Whose Line last night. Credit to Ryan Stiles.
Polish man: help me! Help me! My wife is trying to kill me!
Police man: calm down sir, do you have any evidence that your wife is trying to kill you?
Polish man: Yes! I opened our medicine cabinet and found Polish Remover!
And a Czech one, too.
I had a Czech one, too. A Czech one, too.
And a Czech one two, Czech one two.
I know you all think this joke is a repost, but I thought adding this line might be Prague-ress.
does that make you a tad pole?
This is my thyme to shine
Bromberg later became part of the Kingdom of Prussia, changed hands a few more times (including a short period of Napoleonic rule), before it finally became Polish again after World War I. The Polish government reinstated the old name of the city, deciding to let Bydgoszcz be Bydgoszcz.
wouldn't it technically be Pole dancing?
Because really deep down they're good people.
They can both make your acetone darker...
A fishing pole!
...you'd have a Chopin List.
But when hitler does it the whole world is against him?
I have a Czech one too...
Now there’s a hole in Europe.
Oh, and a Czech one too. Czech one too. Czech one too.
Its really great to krakowpen nuts.
She found a bottle of polish remover
He also has a Czech one too, one too.
First, of course, he had to take an eye sight test The optician showed him a card with letters "C Z W I X N O S T A C Z" Optician: "Can you read this?" "Read it?" the Polish man replied, "I know the guy!"
She always wanted a night in, shining armour.
They're all Pole vaulters.
Tried this in /r/Showerthoughts but it didn't go over well...maybe too much of a pun?
he uses chemicals to remove polish and he's literally hitler.
It was in a dense forest, and the instructor was waiting for me when I arrived. I pulled out my compass, but he laughed and shook his head. "That won't work here, you know," he said, pointing at my compass. "What do you mean?" I asked, "This is an orienteering course, isn't it?" "Ja, it is an orienteering course, but you can a compass not use." I was very puzzled at this point, and I questioned, "Why?" "There are too many Poles."
Me: "hi I'm jimmy ice cream eyes" Her: "hi Jimmy, you're looking sharp today.." As she walked away.
It's like she doesn't even have to try
He's a bit of a Slav
Work email sent out with a seminar to "Polish your English".
Coworker turns as says "Why would I want to Pole-ish my English?"
Seconds away from seeing him I thought to ask how to say Happy Birthday, she just said it's complicated.
Dad: Dzień dobry
Her: Wszystkiego Najlepszego Z Okazji Urodzin!
Me: It's Complicated!
I have a Czech one, too
I have a Czech one too.
I have a Czech one too, a Czech one too.