Monday, January 23, 2006

Pozor! Smrtonosne banane!

Tale člančič me je dons spravil v dobro voljo. Prav tako longplejka Joan Baez Gulf Winds, ki mi jo je podaril Radio Študent, dasiravno niti nisem pravilno odgovorila na zastavljeno vprašanje. Ampak važno, da oni mislijo da je prav ;) oowbeeeeee
Sicer se še nisem rodila v tistih lepih časih (po besedah moje pokojne bakice), ampak brutalni režim jugoslovanskega diktatroja?? A ona misli našega ljubega Titeja?? Še dobr da jo je banana, da je ni Tito. Nasvet torej mame Perko: "Pazite se banan! Lahko končajo vaš fruitful lajf!"
RIP

By Andrew Carswell
January 21, 2006

SHE survived brutal Nazi and Communist regimes to ultimately be brought down by a banana.Slovenian migrant Ivanka Perko died in hospital last week in bizarre circumstances - she suffered complications after she dropped a banana on her leg.
Comical to the end, the 73-year-old old quipped to friends and family while on her deathbed: "I can't believe after all this time it was a bloody banana that killed me."
A family friend told The Saturday Daily Telegraph yesterday that Ms Perko - who was treasured by her Blue Mountains community - had been ill for several months with a condition that made her skin delicate and fine.
"She had tried to open a banana and dropped it," the friend said. "The pointy end scraped down her leg and she died from complications."Even her death notice revealed her strange demise, killed by a falling banana.
Friends said it was seen as an appropriate end to a unique and fruitful life.As she was farewelled at St Raphael's Slovenian Catholic Church in Merrylands yesterday, Mrs Perko's only son Izzy Perko told of his mother's colourful migration to Australia, her love of all things Slovenian and her daredevil ways which had never waned."She escaped Slovenia with nothing but the clothes on her back and a pocket full of black pepper to ward off the guard dogs, and for that I am most grateful," Mr Perko said.
Within the Slovenian community, Ms Perko was known for her vocal protests about the famous Kransky being labelled as a Polish or German sausage.Her love of Slovenia, the official home of the gourmet sausage, was only subdued by her memories of Nazi occupation and the brutal regime of Yugoslavian dictator Marshal Josip Tito.
In her final years, Ms Perko remained a valiant volunteer for Meals on Wheels and the St Vincent de Paul charity.

3 comments:

miss.nymphee said...

Včasih sm rekla vse je mogoče razn z banano odpret konzervo ampak prou lahko bi blo tut vse je mogoče razn z banano ubit človeka...druga teza je ovržena in dvomi so se naselili tut u prvo...:)

Black Betty said...

Jah boš vidla čez čas bojo prepovedal gojit banane in delat prestice, al bojo pa mogl dat gor navodila za uporabo "kako olupiti banano, ne da bi se poškodovali".
Pol me je pa še prešinila misel, da eni banano uporabljajo tudi namesto vibratorja. To bi šele bila kriza.

In, če smo natančni bil je nenamerni samomor ;)

Blodnjak said...

I have a banana I am not affraid to use it :)