Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Max is back

Yea.
 Oh yea, you'll be wanting to know about the diplomatic incident. Seemingly, Max accidentally joined an cult in South America, based around the worship of Llama. Of course, this is perfectly normal, Llama are cool. Problems began to arise when Max, continuing his world tour, arrived in Tibet. Misunderstanding the title for a Tibetan teacher of the Dharma, he attempted to force-feed several venerable Lama large amounts of hay and corn. Fleeing the country, Max proceeded to make several inappropriate remarks in China about Llamas and Lamas, resulting in his deportation.
 Frankly, I should have sent him to the moon. At least there he won't try and put a saddle on elderly religious figures and comb their coats...

3 comments:

Homemaker Man said...

Oh max. Thank goodness he hadn't been in Florida. Then there may have been a horrible Jews/juice mix-up. It happens

Lauren said...

Those Llama cults are the worst. They encourage spitting. Max's faux pax wasn't as bad as when Bush '41 threw up on the Japanese Prime Minister.

http://www.doctorzebra.com/prez/z_x41puke_g.htm

Paul Blanchard said...

HM: Yea, that is possible. Fortunately, Max isn't allowed near straws anymore... That poor Rabbi didn't know what was happening...

Lauren: No, that is a pretty big faux pax... I don't think Max has ever been caught emptying any bodily fluids on heads of state... But don't suggest it to him...

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