At Gambays last night, a special Steering Committee was formed to hear submissions for
allowing male Expats to walk arm-in-arm. Millions of new WCE immigrants have sought
clarification of what public behaviours are acceptable.
The Committee comprises every WCE functionary, and is headed by Andis Kaulins, President of The Wuxi China Expatdom Elite Expat Association (WCEEEA).
Andis Kaulins said that he had combed through the WCE Government’s statutes, however had found no defined legislation on the matter. "This is a vexing question", he said. "We want to know if we are able to give a rubber-stamping on this, but we must be cautious here. Will Expat Men Arm-in-Arm Walking In Public embrace all persuasions? "Rampant heteros, metros, retros, and countless other ‘tros’ – I’m just not sure how we might proceed with this, I’m sorry," said Andis Kaulins.
General Colonel Harlan B. Sanders said that he and Admiral Lloyd Bridges often walked down the Jiefang bike-lane arm-in-arm. The General proposed that applicants should be brought before the Committee prior to granting them licenced-approval. Air Marshal Lord Gregory Peck concurred, but said that "applicants must be questioned if they are, or have ever been, adherents of the Barry Obama Doctrine. And I’ll be more than happy to ask those questions!", he added.
Harry Moore, President of The Wuxi China Expatdom Film Appreciation Society (WCEFAS) was called to provide any precedents from Great Movies. "I’ve combed through my voluminous brain-database of cinema looking for this", he said. "The only example I found was in "The Man Who Shot Liberty Vallance". "In frames 635 and 636, John Wayne takes hold of Lee Marvin’s arm, and then they slugged-it out". "Mano-o-mano", he added in orthodox pretentious-cinema-expert-speak.
Chairman Andis Kaulins said that he had no option but to adjourn last night’s meeting and re-convene next week. Andis Kaulins said that will invite Andis Kaulins and Andis Kaulins, President of The Wuxi Expat Rifle Association (WERA), and the English Teacher to the next meeting to make their submissions on the matter.