Honest tour of D.C.
Photo courtesy of Trevor Luu.
Found in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Nepal demands honesty in advertising.
Do they drove on the right side of the road in Nepal.
I didn’t know Trump used a tour bus!
They really are
Can you get “The big five” in Nepal?
Fine I’ll use a horse
What a Nepal-ling thought!
I prefer WC-9
Is it saff?
Man ure in for a treat.
World’s highest capacity SSDD drive
You will hve to verify this, with Sangarmartha.
What’s the code for Nepal? I might ring the number, and make a booking for the whole House of Representatives.
There once was a man from Nepal,
Who was born with only one ball,
His best party-trick,
Was to balance on his stick,
And ride round the hall on one ball.
The only thing missing is “U”.
This bus can carry quite a load.
– And now, dear passengers: Everybody crap your hands!
“You shall not pass!”
Watch your step going in.
And then I said “We hope you enjoy your visit!” Ahahaha.
Is this a fake bus Donald
Visiting some of Nepal’s finest cow dung reservoirs and drying fields.
Wouldn’t even non-English speaking Nepalese get what “BS” stands for?
Someone used the correct name, “Nepalese” – and not “Nepalian”. “Nepali” is also correct. The Himalayan peoples don’t need to be confused with a certain French dictator with a funny hat.
@EffEff-Not funny in the era he wore it in.
Seee my historical posting about Barbara Ann song .
On the Power Wordino Engrish of Tues night Wed. AEST.
@EffEff 1621. Did you know that Napoleon had trouble financing his wars.
IN FACT HE WAS ALWAYS A LITTLE “SHORT”. BOOM BOOM!
Obviously a painting error. In Brissie I pulled up at the lights to the left of a Police Car. It was sporting a brand new P/side door and fresh blue paint. The message on the side of the car was “LICE”
Obviously; “PO” on the front door and “LICE” on the rear door.
I wound down my window, and smiled and waved at the officers. They stoicly and stonily, looked straight ahead.
@Marum: You’d think the sign painters would have the sense to avoid blunders like that.
Also, Napoleon Bonaparte was not a short man either, certainly not in his day.
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@Long Tom: A sign writer once told me that a mistake in a sign was a sure way to get people to notice the sign.
Runs on “alternative” fuel.
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