Discussion in 'Humorous Jokes, Stories or Pictures' started by Longwalker, Sep 11, 2016.
I might be a little slow on the uptake this morning! I don't get it!!!
Poor Robin always in Batmans Shadow.
Charlie I'm assuming it's because we always say we are going to africa, rather than rsa, Moz, zambia, etc
there are 54 Countries in the African continent...each as different as Poland and Italy, but if I have to explain, it's probably a bad "joke"
isnt that like saying i want to go to the united states???
No, it's not like saying I want to go to the US. The US is a country, just like Moz, Tanz, etc. They have their provinces (some) which would be like our states.
well......i think most people from what i can work out think SA is africa and there arent any other countries......
No it wasn't but like I said I'm slow on the uptake sometimes! Keep posting Longwalker!
We need a double like button here.
I think it's more like saying I want to go to North America
For me it's an easy way to find out if people are actually interested without wasting breath. I do it everywhere we go or are planning to go. I say simply we are going to Africa or Europe or South America, and if someone asks where then I know 2 things- 1. they are interested 2. they are worth talking to because they aren't dummies and realize there are multiple countries on the continent
Africa's not a country?
Batman is a real stickler for calling countries by their proper name:
I don't consider it wrong as long as the person actually understands that Africa is not a country. It is just like telling someone you are going to Europe this summer rather than listing the countries you plan to visit.
He could have said "I want to go to America". there is no such place as America, it's getting less of a place with each passing day- at least for another 119 days.
Hell even then depending on which way the election goes that dimenishing rate will triple if Hildabeest gets it.
Batman should have said it's The People's SOCIALIST Republic of CORRUPTIFORNICATE.
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