A chap goes to visit his friend who is in hospital. In the bed next to his friend is a Chinese Gentleman covered in tubes etc. "Whats wrong with that poor guy?" He asks "Don't know" Replies his friend, "He doesn't speak any English "Does anyone visit him?" "Never seen anyone come in" Feeling sorry for this poor guy he goes to the Chinese Gentlemans bed leans over him and says "Are you okay old friend?" "Ala malla mink monk" relies the Chinese chap "Sorry, cant understand" "Ala mallla mink monk!" he says again "say again!" "ALA MALLA MINK MONK" The Chines chap is getting agitated. "No, sorry" "Ala....malla......mink.....mo " The Chinese chaps voice trails away A Nurse rushes up, feels for a pulse and says "I am so sorry I am afraid he has passed away." Our chap is very perturbed, the Chinese Gentleman's last words haunted him, what was he so desperately trying to say with his last breath. On his way home he sees and calls into a Chinese Takeaway "Do you speak Chinese?" He asks the proprietor "Yes sir" Is the reply "Please tell me, what does Ala malla mink monk mean?" "That" Relies the Takeaway owner "Means Your standing on my oxygen pipe!"
"I would rather have a russet coated Captain who knows what he fights for and loves what he knows. Than he who calls himself a gentleman, and is but little else." Oliver Cromwell
Amusing at my brother's place we were watching the police procedural spoof 'Angie Tribeca' (think Naked Gun) and the heroine is coming out of a year long coma but keeps passing back out as one of her colleagues keeps stepping to her bedside and standing on the oxygen tube.
Fortunately for her it was only the first episode of the second season...