A man was looking for a place to sit in a crowded university library.

He asked a girl: “Do you mind if I sit beside you?”

The girl replied in a loud voice ……


All the people in the library started staring at the man, who was deeply embarrassed and moved to another table.

After a couple of minutes, the girl walked quietly to the man’s table and said with a laugh:

“I study psychology, and I know what a man is thinking;

I bet you felt embarrassed, right?”

The man responded in a loud voice:


All the people in the library looked at the girl in shock.

The man whispered to her:

“I study law, and I know how to screw people”.

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  • Colin Rayfield October 18, 2021   Reply →

    I am using a Private Network browser in order to avoid scams.
    I previously asked if anyone knew of Bob Faulkner – who may or may not be ‘on the right side of the grass’ (his words).
    Bob and I shared a dark sense of humour – and he was the 1 RAR’s UNOFFICIAL WAR ARTIST in ’65-’66.

    I had tried to get his 200 or so artworks/ cartoons exhibited – but to no avail. I then had his written permission to do with them as I wished.

    I have lost his contact since due to my 173rd email service being deleted (for commercial reasons).

    If Bob has since passed on, I would like to contact his NOK in order to fulfill a promise to return his LAST copy of his published COMIC BOOK: ‘WAKKA’.

    BOB may not be known to you – as we were both spending duty time at BHQ, while you were attached to an infantry platoon, as was I initially. He spent a lot of time drawing on scraps of scrounged paper, until I had family send over a sketch pad to pass onto him.

    He then went on – surprisingly – to become an officer (from lowly private ranks) – and established a SECURITY FORCE FOR Canberra’s APH; AND working alongside the notorious ‘BIG E’
    (ESSEX-CLARK) in Canberra.

    I have not been able to contact him from the days when he last lived in the vicinity of Rockhampton (Qld). I believe he was then about to move to be close to a hospital close to Brisbane.

    I would like to know if anybody knows of his outcome – as I still wish to honour his creative uplifting of morale back in those DAZE. (AND if you or anybody can assist in promoting an exhibition of his art / comedic talents). The ‘Big E’ was the target of some of his ‘taking the mickey’ out of some of those that Bob worked alongside.

    (Ex-1 RAR ’65-’66 – 1 Pl A Coy)

    Colleague of ‘Tiny’ Parker, KIA – And one of the 6 recovered by AUSTMIA, left behind on the Vn battlegrounds – until returned to Aust by a handful of Veterans, led by (Lt Col) Jim Bourke, now deceased.
    15:21 – 18 Oct 2021

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