Photo courtesy of Yici He.
T-shirt found in Beijing.
Is this a genital knowledge test?
Skid marks on one’s thinking shorts is not a good sign.
So the Emporer wears no clothes
To pants or not to pants, perhaps a kilt
What it really says is: “knowledge is like underpants”.
… hence this makes the second line a bit dubious because it implies Chinese underwear must be made from transparent plastic.
Young kids get a lot of knowledge from why-fronts.
“A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.”
Reminds me of a skin cream my wife uses called “Invisible Difference” (or was it “Visible Indifference” ?)
So “Semper ubi sub ubi” is real!
The emperor has no…knowledge?
I heard: History is like your ar$e.
You can never get round it far enough to get a good look at it.
@BFC 0622. Or perhaps: Nunquam ubi sub ubi. Nicht wahr?
Don’t get your knowledge from Fox news, unless you want to risk getting your brain a severe wedgie!
@Ucity: Lisa Simpson’s catch phrase?
This belongs in the “spurting section”.
It’s all becoming clear to me….
If you get your “knowledge” from CNN, msnbc, or NBC, (etc) you waste a lot of time writing unfunny comments.
Wondering if Pants likes Knowledge back