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I took a vacation in Poland last year, and I rented a hotel room.
I unpacked and put my stuff in the closet.
Then I went to a Polish food market, and went grocery shopping.
I got back to the Hotel room and put the food in the refrigerator.

About an hour later, I can smell all the food cooking inside the refrigerator.
I check the refrigerator, and sure enough... the Kielbasa is baking, the eggs and cabbage are frying, the juice, milk and soda is boiling.
I call for maintenance.
The maintenance man comes up and he checks the refrigerator and he says to me...
"There is nothing wrong with the refrigerator, it runs on electricity, and electricity naturally makes things hot".

I look behind the refrigerator, and the tag says "Made in Poland"
I call the Maintenance guy back and I asked him where he learned engineering, he said "The University of Warsaw".

lmao !

 

 

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I took a vacation in Poland last year, and I rented a hotel room.

I unpacked and put my stuff in the closet.

Then I went to a Polish food market, and went grocery shopping.

I got back to the Hotel room and put the food in the refrigerator.

 

About an hour later, I can smell all the food cooking inside the refrigerator.

I check the refrigerator, and sure enough... the Kielbasa is baking, the eggs and cabbage are frying, the juice, milk and soda is boiling.

I call for maintenance.

The maintenance man comes up and he checks the refrigerator and he says to me...

"There is nothing wrong with the refrigerator, it runs on electricity, and electricity naturally makes things hot".

 

I look behind the refrigerator, and the tag says "Made in Poland"

I call the Maintenance guy back and I asked him where he learned engineering, he said "The University of Warsaw".

 

lmao !

 

 

Dumb feckin Polacks.

Uh Oh - - - I may have spoken too soon.

Who broke Enigma code?
German military texts enciphered on the Enigma machine were first broken by the Polish Cipher Bureau, beginning in December 1932. This success was a result of efforts by three Polish cryptologists, Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Różycki and Henryk Zygalski, working for Polish military intelligence.
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Dumb feckin Polacks.

 

Uh Oh - - - I may have spoken too soon.

 

 

Who broke Enigma code?

 

 

German military texts enciphered on the Enigma machine were first broken by the Polish Cipher Bureau, beginning in December 1932. This success was a result of efforts by three Polish cryptologists, Marian Rejewski, Jerzy Różycki and Henryk Zygalski, working for Polish military intelligence.

Thank you Jimsouth for smashing the OP's ignorant joke.

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I took a vacation in Poland last year, and I rented a hotel room.

I unpacked and put my stuff in the closet.

Then I went to a Polish food market, and went grocery shopping.

I got back to the Hotel room and put the food in the refrigerator.

 

About an hour later, I can smell all the food cooking inside the refrigerator.

I check the refrigerator, and sure enough... the Kielbasa is baking, the eggs and cabbage are frying, the juice, milk and soda is boiling.

I call for maintenance.

The maintenance man comes up and he checks the refrigerator and he says to me...

"There is nothing wrong with the refrigerator, it runs on electricity, and electricity naturally makes things hot".

 

I look behind the refrigerator, and the tag says "Made in Poland"

I call the Maintenance guy back and I asked him where he learned engineering, he said "The University of Warsaw".

 

lmao !

 

 

Never happened.

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I took a vacation in Poland last year, and I rented a hotel room.

I unpacked and put my stuff in the closet.

Then I went to a Polish food market, and went grocery shopping.

I got back to the Hotel room and put the food in the refrigerator.

 

About an hour later, I can smell all the food cooking inside the refrigerator.

I check the refrigerator, and sure enough... the Kielbasa is baking, the eggs and cabbage are frying, the juice, milk and soda is boiling.

I call for maintenance.

The maintenance man comes up and he checks the refrigerator and he says to me...

"There is nothing wrong with the refrigerator, it runs on electricity, and electricity naturally makes things hot".

 

I look behind the refrigerator, and the tag says "Made in Poland"

I call the Maintenance guy back and I asked him where he learned engineering, he said "The University of Warsaw".

 

lmao !

 

 

You shoulda asked him if he thought Peter Pan was a washbasin in a whorehouse.

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