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I saw this joke online somewhere and liked it very much indeed.
The picture is taken from online as well.
Keep ye so grand and safe.
Bags are not a luxury under one’s eyes per se but the ones one has are a not just any ol’ bags, but the best of the best, you see, you see!! :)))
WHICH OF THE BAGS IN THE PICTURE APPEALS TO YOUR TASTE THE MOST? I like number 3 the best.
One time she came to our class still laughing in stitches because she was highly amused of what had happened in the previous class. She turns to me and says:
“I asked in a class ‘How does one ask for time in English?
One boy put his hand up all eager to answer:
I know, I know, he says:
‘How plenty is the bell?’”
We were in hysterics both of us. I still remember it like it just happened.
For non-English native speakers this answer says volumes straight away, for in many languages such as in Finnish and Swedish, for example, the way that one asks for the time, literally is this way.
Years later came the television series that was so popular called: Saved by the Bell; but then it was not known, so the pupil could not have guessed that.
Have a great week. Rii :))
What kind of school memories do you have?
He sure looks the ‘ticket’ in the sticks, eh?!
I’d say that that tunic he is wearing is
rather on the barest of bear essentials all right!!
But of course, then it was the high fashion, naturally.
Those days the in-fashion magazine was called ‘Cave People’;
these days it is just called ‘People’!
But i’d bet that the carry on is just what it always was:
Tis for now, Rii :)_)