Life in Jokes by Mariusz Misztal, Wydawnictwa Szkolne i Pedagogiczne,Warszawa, 1990, p. 144 :
Joke 664 :
Waitress : "Hawaii, mister? You must be Hungary?"
Gentleman : "Yes, Siam. And I can't Rumania long either. Venice lunch ready ?"
Waitress : "I'll Russia table. What'll you Havre ? Aix?"
Gentleman : "Whatever's ready. But can't Jamaica cook step on the gas?"
Waitress : "Alaska"
Gentleman : "Don't do me favours. Just put a Cuba sugar in my coffee."
Waitress : "Don't you be Sicily, big boy. Sweden it yourself. I'm only here to Serbia."
Gentleman : "Denmark my check and call the Bosphorus. I hope he'll Kenya. I don't Bolivia know who I am!"
Waitress : "You sure Ararat! Pay your check and scram, Abyssinia!"
- p. 222 :
"How are you mister? You must be hungry?"
"Yes, I'm. And I can't remain long either. When is lunch ready?"
"I'll rush the table. What will you have? Eggs?"
"Whatever's ready. But can't you make the cook step on the gas?"
"I'll ask her"
"Don't do me favours. Just put a cube of sugar in my coffee."
"Don't be silly, big boy. Sweeten if yourself. I'm only here to serve you."
"Then mark my check and call the boss for us. I hope he'll cane you. I don't believe you know who I am"
"You sure are a rat. Pay our check and scram. I'll be seeing you."