Can it get any geographically punnier than this?

Timmy : I’m Hungary,.

Mum : Why don’t you Czech the fridge.

Timmy : Ok, I’m Russian to the kitchen.

Mum : Hmm…maybe you’ll find some Turkey.

Timmy : Yeah, but its all covered in Greece. Yuck !

Mum : There is Norway you can eat that.

Timmy : I know, I guess I’ll just have a can of Chile.

Mum : Denmark your name on the can.

Timmy : Kenya do it for me?

Mum : Ok , I’m Ghana do it.

Timmy : Thanks, i’m so tired Iran for an hour today.

Mum : It Tokyo long enough.

Timmy : Yeah, Israelly hard sometimes !


The Supreme Court Guidelines on Sexual Harassment, 13 August 1997 has defined sexual harassment as “unwelcome sexually determined behaviour” such as: Physical contact, a demand or request for sexual favours, sexually coloured remarks, showing pornography, any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of a sexual nature.

Verbal :
Sexual or gender-based jokes or teasing or comments. Comments about clothing, personal behaviour, or a person’s body. Requesting sexual favours. Pressure for dates. Graphic descriptions of pornography. Obscene phone calls. Spreading rumours about a person’s personal or sex life. Turning work discussions to sexual topics (using “puns”).

Non – verbal :
Staring Sizing up a person’s body (looking up and down). Derogatory gestures of a sexual nature. Sexually suggestive looks. Facial expressions of a sexual nature; winking, licking lips.

Unwelcome hugging, kissing. Standing too close to or brushing up against another person, leaning over, invading a person’s space. Patting, stroking, grabbing or pinching. Blocking someone’s path with the purpose of making a sexual advance. Stalking. Actual or attempted sexual assault, or forced fondling.

Presence of posters, cartoons, drawings, calendars, pinups, pictures, computer programs of a sexual nature. Notes or e-mail containing sexual comments. Knick-knacks and other objects of a sexual nature.

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