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PostPosted: Mon Aug 11, 2008 11:20 pm 
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A World War II Royal Air Force pilot is reminiscing before school children about his days in the air force.

"In 1942," he says, "the situation was really tough. The Germans had a very strong air force. I remember, " he continues, "one day I was protecting the bombers and suddenly, out of the clouds, these fokkers appeared.

(At this point, several of the children giggle.)

"I looked up, and right above me was one of them. I aimed at him and shot him down. They were swarming. I immediately realized that there was another fokker behind me."

At this instant the girls in the auditorium start to giggle and boys start to laugh. The teacher stands up and says, "I think I should point out that 'Fokker' was the name of the German-Dutch aircraft company."

"That's true," says the pilot, "but these fokkers were flying Messerschmitts."

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Good one!

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That is an OLD joke! Still good one... But the version I heard was it was a Pole, flying with the RAF, doing an interview on the radio... The ending was the announcer making the statement, "Ah, for our audience at home, a Fokker is one of the German aircraft." and the Pole, continuing, said "Yes, And zese Fokkers were flying Messerschmidts"

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I have heard it before but still it is a good joke :D


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"Why yes, Fu-fu-fu-Flight Officer Flannigan, I know you shot down Fu-fu-fu-five Fu-fu-fu-fu-Fokkers, But you're still only getting one fu-fu-fu-fu#$%$ing medal!"

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No matter how you switch it up it's still funny!!!!!!! :drink3:

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