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By Jonas Jonasson

Allan wordt a hundred en dat wordt groots gevierd in het bejaardentehuis, behalve dan dat de jarige het op zijn heupen krijgt en kort voordat het feest losbarst, vertrekt. De tijd die hem leisure kan hij beter besteden, vindt hij en hij klimt uit het raam en verdwijnt. Pers en burgemeester hebben het nakijken. Allan is een nuchter style dat weinig tot geen angst kent en die verder niet al te lang stilstaat bij zijn beslissingen, maar advert hoc handelt en het avontuur op zijn hoogbejaarde leeftijd niet schuwt. Met alle gevolgen van dien. De vaart houdt hij er in elk geval in, wish vanaf het second dat hij het bejaardentehuis verlaat, wordt De 100-jarige guy die uit het raam klom en verdween een soort roadtrip waarbij de lezer de memorabele avonturen van de 100-jarige meemaakt - zo allow hij even op een koffer voor iemand die maar niet terugkomt en dus gaat de koffer mee de bus in, maar er blijkt enorm veel (maffia)geld in te zitten, hetgeen woeste achtervolgingen tot gevolg heeft -, ook verzamelt Allan een bonte membership figuren om zich heen in een zwaan-kleef-aaneffect. Tegelijkertijd passeren de memorabele momenten uit zijn leven én die van de twintigste-eeuwse geschiedenis de revue, met Allan als wel heel bijzonder gezelschap.

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His cousin is a wealthy businessman. "Well, my advice to you is the same as I gave my daughter, Marlene, when she asked me what she should wear on her wedding night – a long bri-nylon nightie or a short skimpy baby-doll nightie. It doesn't matter what you wear. " * A man and woman walked into a bank with a large sack of coins. " asks the bankteller. "No," came the reply. " * "It's no good, sir," said the DSS man to his interviewee. " * A rich couple lost all their money, and were trying to think of ways to restore their fortunes.

John, your dad's not very good at these things, so I wonder if you'd tell your brother about the birds and the bees," asked Mum. " "Sure, we went down the Palais, picked up a couple of birds, had a dance, then took them round the back of the bus station for a good 'one two'. " * Poor old Sammy. He was a Caesarean baby and even now, 20 years later, he still goes out of the house through the skylight. * Two husbands are in hospital anxiously waiting for their wives to give birth. " she asked. " * The young couple have been married for six months and one day when they are in bed, he asks her if she is happy.

The family allowance cheque. * Flo's husband dies and because he was such a popular fella, she decides to put an announcement in the paper. But not having a lot of money, she tells the local newspaper she wants to keep it as short as possible. " "Actually, Madam, you can have up to six words for the same price. " * A jackpot winner on the lottery was asked what he was going to do with his new-found wealth. " * "He'll be alright soon," said the doctor, putting the patient into the recovery position.

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