Winners and Sinners


I've told you not to speak to me

in English.



Are you still having an affair

with our chauffeur?

No. We're planning a proper wedding,

now that you're released.

Greetings, future father-in-law.

Don't be jealous of him.

The next time we're released,

we'll do better.

What! We need to hail a bus

with our legs these days!

Let me try.

A flat?!

Good timing, my friend. Fancy picking

up five passengers here.

Hey, you...

Sometimes one just can't

escape bad karma.

I should really purge your bad auras

from my bus after this.

Ah Sei, up for a game of tiles later?

No. I'd have more luck

hitting on a bunch of nuns.


Take a look, you can't miss it.

This lot are just out their cells.

Stop honking! What?

In a hurry for the electric chair?

So, Curly,

what were you arrested for?

Oh, I was riding in a bus. The driver

was mumbling this and that,

so I got him off the van, stabbed him

a couple of times and got 3 years.

I had it worse.

A guy gave me a funny look,

so I punched his lights out

and got 2 years for it.

In that case, it's a bargain

spraying acid on someone.

I threw a whole bucketful at a driver

once and I only got a year and a half.

Well, you were lucky, because

I also did something with acid,

and I got 10 years for it.

What did you do with that acid?

I made the bloke drink it.

I don't care about jail terms.

It's about stuffing anyone who annoys me.

You can't be easy on them.

How many years will we get

for burning a mini-van?

Mr. Driver, got a light?

No, no I don't.

Let's get off the subject,

it just winds me up.

Curly, does the bus

go to your part of town?

It didn't use to.

I'm not sure about now, though.

How do you get there?

Well, you take the next left,

and then a right,

and then straight over that puddle,

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