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I am teaching an English language class in Japan (’66) and we are going around introducing ourselves- name and favorite hobby. I got tired of telling groups that I play the guitar, and since I play the banjo, I told them so. Uncontrollable laughter for 2 minutes. My friend leaned over and said, “They think you play the benjo (toilet) since they have never seen a banjo.” I never mentioned the instrument again, or my abilities with same. I once stood up from a table of Japanese, bowing & thinking I said “good night, have a nice evening” But my broken Japanese said, “Goodnight, my parents are dead”. I still chuckle when I recall their hysterical reactions. I was eating in a restaurant in Rome.I decided to use the bathroom just before we left.My husband paid the check and went outside to wait.After using the toilet I pulled what I thought was the flush chain on the wall.A few seconds later half the staff coming running in bells were clanging.My husband heard all the commotion from outside and actually said to himself what has she done now.I had pulled the emergency chain not a toilet flush.I slunk quickly out of there laughing hysterically. Second day on the Big Trip to Europe in 1983 and we were standing in the Dam Square in Amsterdam. Our friend, who was partial to clothing and mens’ fashion noticed a guy trying to get his attention by saying “Hats! … Coats!” As he started toward this enterprising salesman, we pulled him back quickly… The guy was really saying “Hash! Coke!”!!! Needless to say, he didn’t make a sale! I was hiking in the Southern Urals with a small group, and telling them about myself. I intended to mention that im a cherokee citizen and therefore part native american/indian but i accidentally said indeika instead, revealing my ancestry as part turkey(the bird, not the country. )

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