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Q: How do you get 30 Israelis into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's air-tight


Q: How do you get 30 Americans into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's got oil in it


Q: How do you get 30 French into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's not in Iraq


Q: How do you get 30 Europeans into a telephone box?
A: Tell them there's no fighting involved


Q: How do you get 30 British politicians in a telephone box?
A: Tell them there are votes in it


Q: How do you get 30 Brits into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's safer than a Tornado


Q: How do you get 30 British MI5 men into a telephone box?
A: Tell them an Iraqi lives there


Q: How do you get 30 British-resident Iraqis into a telephone box?
A: Tell the MI5 men it's Penton-ville Prison


Q: How do you get 30 Russians into a telephone box?
A: Tell them there's a slice of bread in it


Q: How do you get 30 peace protesters into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's the American Embassy


Q: How do you get 30 Turks into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's not an airbase, honest


Q: How do you get 30 Kuwaitis into a telephone box?
A: Tell them there's an Iraqi coming


Q: How do you get 30 Iranians into a telephone box?
A: Tell them to do it in the sacred name of Allah


Q: How do you get 30 American Generals into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's a target of the Allied bombers


Q: How do you get 30 reporters into a telephone box?
A: Tell them it's in Baghdad


Q: How do you get 30 Palestinians into a telephone box?
A: Tell them if they do, you'll liberate the Occupied Territories


Q: How do you get 30 telephone company engineers into a telephone box?
A: You must be joking! You can't even get ONE in a telephone box...


Q: How do you get 30 students into a telephone box?
A: Make the other 70 homeless





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