me no like you british soldier

Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by itzray4, Sep 10, 2011.

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  1. attempting to instill some humour into my new workplace and as we have plenty of asian girls and yank men was asking around for the words to the above mentioned.

    HELP anyone????
     
  2. A brave young soldier lad called geordie
    Is the hero of my song
    He crossed the sea to serve his country
    Went to serve out in hong kong
    His wife he’d left behind in gateshead
    And soon his heart began to long
    For the company of a female
    Though he knew that this was wrong
    He crossed the harbour on a ferry
    Took a rickshaw to wan chai
    And in a dimly lighted bar there
    A slant eyed maiden did appear
    Coca cola for this maiden at 200 he did buy
    But when he asked her for favours
    He was greeted with this cry

    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Me no like you men of war
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee call me honey baby
    Blitish call me flucking whore (flucking whore)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee tap upon my window
    Blitish break the flucking door (flucking door)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee bling me sweet led roses
    Blitish bling me sleet fluck all (sweet fluck all)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee **** me on the sofa
    Blitish **** me on the floor (on the floor)
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more

    Yankee leaving on next friday
    Blitish stay for evermore.
    Me no like you Blitish sailor
    Yankee pay 5 dollars more
     
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  3. that sir, is what i call service.

    i thank you, once again i thank you!!!

    ho come you are up so early????
     
  4. Jet lag. I only got in from Laos on Wednesday night. Still it has it's advantages - I had three glasses of wine last night and I was ready for bed.
     
  5. You're obviously more liberal and less PC in your work places in New Zealand than here in the UK.

    I have had to seriously curb my squaddie sense of humour over the last few years in civvie street.

    If I passed that little ditty around at work I would probably be looking for new employment tomorrow.