Eskimos like to eat seals, dress in layers of fur and live in ice-houses. They’ve tried this lifestyle in several regions, but the only place it seems to work is near the North Pole.
House named after the sticky stuff that holds ice-bricks together.
Man who puts windows in igloos.
What eskimos put their knick-knacks on.
Slang expression young Eskimos put at the end of every sentence, inuit.
Much worse, abusive, slang.
Time-consuming way of copying church brasses.
Clothes made from the relatives of seals
Insect that gets into furry undergarments.
Vicious zip in arctic trousers.
What you do after an accident with the fur-trapper.
For extra warmth, Eskimos often wear a semi-aquatic mammal on their face.
You don’t want to belong to it.
Transport device made by crossing a small Ford motor car and a Tibetan quadriped.
How Eskimo women sound.
Team of huskies
A male Eskimo’s lucky day.
What you get with arctic lightning.
When snow loses its sense of purpose and career structure.
Lack of inspiration for an Eskimo writer.
When an Eskimo writer corrects a typing error.
The Eskimos’ way of life is doomed because they can never get a hot meal inside them. Every time they light a campfire it disappears into a hole.