Finally, Some Progress In Solving The Greek Crisis

“Sorry” seems to be the hardest word

THE nation of Greece said sorry to the European Union with a present of an enormous wooden horse.

Left outside the European Central Bank in the dead of night, the horse has now been moved into the ECB’s central lobby where it is proudly on display.

A gift tag attached to the horse, which is surprisingly light for its size and has small holes along the length of its body, suggested that it should be placed in the bank’s vaults overnight to avoid it being targeted by thieves.

Read the whole thing; it’s brilliant.

2 Responses to “Finally, Some Progress In Solving The Greek Crisis”

  1. leelu says:

    So let’s see… Greece gets the cash, and pays off their loans. The Spanish the give the bank that sombrero-wearing donkey, get the cash (that was paid back by the Greeks), and pay back what they owe. The Brits could make a giant Stiff Upper Lip, the French a big hunk of stinky cheese, the Italians a giant cannoli (yeah, I haven’t had lunch yet), and so on, until the crisis is resolved!!

  2. Mr. Bingley says:

    Leave the horse – take the cannoli!

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