Humour Hunt

November 10, 2015 by Legion Magazine


Rod Dawson of Tamworth, Ont., tells about the Queen Mary, pride of ocean liners, which served as a troopship in the Second World War. She was the largest ship afloat, distinctive in profile and her crew was proud of the instant recognition accorded her wherever she sailed.

The captain was considerably put out one day when the Queen Mary was passing Gibraltar and received the challenge:

“What ship?”

“Queen Mary,” was the reply. “What rock?”

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