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Today's gems from the DPRK

Guess who has been exposing himself to the arts...

"General Secretary Kim Jong Il appreciated a performance given by the song and dance ensembles of the KPA Naval Command and the Air Command". Their artistes put on....male solo "Soldiers Live Near the General" dance "Seamen Who Protected Slogan-Bearing Trees".

The latter sounds especially fascinating. Firstly, trees tend to be land phenomena, so should that not have been a job for the marines or the infantry? Secondly, what would the dance moves involve? Looking threatrening and waving bayonets around? The mind boggles.

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Blogger Nick Drew said... 1:07 pm

well you know what we say

Pyongyang Pyongyang Pyongyang Pyongyang Pyongyang Tiddle-I-Po !  



Blogger Blue Eyes said... 1:23 pm

Now Mr C I hope - for your sake - that Buddha was wrong. For if he was not, you are coming right back as a mule on a collective farm....  



Blogger Croydonian said... 2:11 pm

Nick - yes, sorry I saw that yesterday when out and about (e-mail enabled phone) and forgot to respond once home. I think Mrs D might have a point.

BE - I'd regard that as a very positive result. I would anticipate something much worse.  



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