Thursday, August 18, 2011

Danger Alert for Koreans

Is it something built into Korean men? Can they not hold their drink? We don't hear much about Korea and its people, well not South Korea anyway.

One tale that ended well was about the Korean man found groaning and naked in the snow at an Australian ski resort. His body temperature was something like 26c. He had partaken of alcohol and was returning to to his abode and became disoriented. Apparently when you get extremely cold you can feel hot, hence the lack of clothes. He got pissed, lost and stripped off. Sounds rather Australian really. He made a quick recovery.

Barely a few days later, another Korean man, who left a Federation Square bar in Melbourne, decided it was better to swim across the Yarra River, rather than walk across Princes Bridge. There was not a good ending to his swim. It is usually what substances are in the water of the Yarra River that can do you in, rather than the river itself.

All very odd.

I have only known one Korean person, and that was a long time ago. I can't recall his name, but it wasn't Kim. He was an ok guy.

My Sydney friend, who is made externally of plastic, has met some Korean guys for some fun in the past. The summary of his experiences without fail can be summed up by just one experience. After they did the biz, my friend got up to wash stickiness away, and the Korean guy shoved him back on the bed and said, 'I go first, you white bitch slut'. (post coital guilt? He should have smoked a cigarette) My friend acquiesced but was annoyed. Secretly, I think he liked it. He went back for more.


  1. Anonymous12:54 pm

    You do realise LG products are from South Korea don't you? :-)

    Warm regards

  2. Ah Michael. The re-invented Goldstar appliances. As I gaze around, I see rather a number of Samsung products, also from Korea.

  3. Ha ha ha ha ha what a brilliant post!

  4. That's so funny about your Sydney friend.

  5. Cheers Fen and Linda.


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