Comedian Jim Jeffries goes to Iraq

 
Comedian Jim Jeffries goes to Iraq
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Australian born comedian Jim Jeffries is known for two distinctly different violent incidents: 1) surviving a robbery and assault while living in England, and 2) being punched in the head while performing on stage.

Needless to say, he seems to have trouble avoiding sticky situations.

Like the time he visited Iraq and contributed to some jihadi getting killed.

Jeffries was being picked up by a helicopter in Iraq to be flown to Baghdad by the US military. A soldier approaches him and shouts:

"EXCUSE ME, ARE YOU JIM JEFFRIES?"

And Jeffries replies:

"What other white guy have you been looking for in the desert... at this exact location?"

He is then given a blue bulletproof vest, while the others have camouflage, something he is not entirely pleased with. His logic says think like a jihadist:

"The guy in blue looks important."

Trust me, it’s a funny story.

Enjoy!



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