Yes that was a good one. Reminded me of this Monty Python sketch for some reason.
Colonel Ewing (Graham Chapman): I've got a complaint to make.
Complaints Manager: Do take a seat. I'm sorry it's on fire.
Colonel Ewing: Oh, not at all. (he sits on it) I got used to this out east.
Complaints Manager: Where were you out east?
Colonel Ewing: Oh, Norway ... Sweden ... places like that... oh I'm terribly sorry, my suit seems to keep catching fire.
Complaints Manager: Extinguisher?
Colonel Ewing: Oh no, thank you, I think we'd better let it run its course. I was just thinking... Norway is not very east, is it? I should have said when I was out north. (he slaps at the flames)
Complaints Manager: Are there many fires in Norway?
Colonel Ewing: Good Lord yes. The place is a constant blaze. Wooden buildings, d'you know. I lost my wife in Norway.
Complaints Manager: I am sorry to hear that.
Colonel Ewing: Why, did you know her?
Complaints Manager: No, I meant...
Colonel Ewing: Oh I see. No, she wasn't a favourite of mine. We were out strolling across a fiord one day when one of the local matadors came out of his tree house and flung a load of old scimitars and guillotines out that he'd got cluttering up his wine cellar and apparently rather a large proportion of them landed on my wife causing her to snuff it without much more ado.