Sunday Family Humour 28th April

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Jewish Grandmother and Italian Grandfather

Thanks to Tony H


 A Jewish grandmother is giving directions to her grown grandson
 who is coming to visit with his wife.
 "You come to the front door of the apartment. I am in apartment 301.
 There is a big panel at the front door. With your elbow , push button
 301. I will buzz you in. Come inside, the elevator is on the right. Get
in, and with your elbow , push 3. When you get out, I'm on the left.
 With your elbow , hit my doorbell."
 "Grandma, that sounds easy, but, why am I hitting all these buttons
 with my elbow?
 "What... You coming empty handed?"

 Wise Italian Grandfather

 Why Italian Fathers and Grandfathers pass their handguns
down through the family...
 An old Italian man is dying. He calls his grandson to his bedside.

"Guido, I wan' you lissina me.
I wan' you to take-a my chrome-plated .38 revolver so you will always remember me."
 "But grandpa, I really don't like guns.. How about you leave me
 Your Rolex watch instead?"
 "You lissina me, boy. Somma day you gonna be runna da business,
 You gonna have a beautiful wife, lotsa money, a big-a home and
 Maybe a couple-a bambinos. "
 "Somma day you gonna come-a home and maybe finda you wife
 Inna bed with anudder man.
 "Whatta you gonna do then? Pointa to you watch and say, 'time's up' "?

Historical Photos

Thanks to Lee

Historical Photos

Telling the Time In Italy

Thanks to David H.

Telling the time in italy

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Chocolate Train
Thanks to David H.
A train made entirely of chocolate has set a new Guinness World Record as the longest chocolate structure in the world.

     The sculpture, on display at the busy Brussels South station, is 112-feet long and weighs over 2,755 pounds.

     Maltese chocolate artist Andrew Farrugia spent over 700 hours constructing the masterpiece.

     He said he came up with the idea of the train last year after visiting the Belgian Chocolate Festival in Bruge: "I had this idea for a while, and I said what do you think if we do this realization of a long chocolate train, you know, because a train you can make it as long as you like.

     "Actually it was going to be much smaller than it was, but I kept on adding another wagon, and another wagon, and it's the size it is today. "

     Farrugia had previously built a smaller train of 12 feet for an event in Malta , which he said gave him insight about how to build this much larger version.

     There are two parts to the train . The first seven wagons are modeled after the new Belgian trains, and the rest of the train is modeled after the old train wagons, including a wagon with a bar and restaurant on board.

     Three days before the event, Farrugia transported the chocolate train by truck in 25 wooden boxes from Malta to Belgium.

     Farrugia said the train incurred considerable damage during the drive and several of the train's walls had completely collapsed . Luckily, with hard work and little sleep, the chocolate artist was able to fix all the damages before presenting the train to the public on Monday.

     After measuring the length of the train and confirming no material other than chocolate was used, officials from the Guinness Book of World Records added a new category to the collection of world records and declared the train to be the longest chocolate structure in the world.

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Magnificent Photos

Thanks to David H.

magnificent photos

Wingsuit Cave Flight

Thanks to Forbidden Knowledge TV

Wingsuit/BASE-jump athlete, Alexander
Polli does the never-before-done: a tactical
flight through a narrow cave on a rugged

The flight starts with a jump from a hovering
helicopter, Alexander reaches speeds of 250km/h
(155 mph) while following a precise trajectory
leading to the cave opening, he then fully
commits and flies directly through the narrow
opening of the "Batman Cave!"

Shot in full HD, this extraordinary flight
exceeds the level of commitment most fliers
would ever consider-there can be no attempting,
the only option is success!

The narrow cave, no wider than Alexander is tall,
is located in Roca Foradada Mountains in Montserrat,
Spain - a location that has inspired this professional
Italian-Norwegian athlete's flying dream his whole
life. Alexander hopes his success will inspire others
not only to 'climb over their mountains,' but to also
fly right through them!

Wingsuit Cave Flight

Iconic Photos

Thanks to Ray O'.


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