Saturday, 23 June 2012

"Are we lost, Eurodaddy?" "Shut up", he explained. Part II

Okay, let's try again.

The joke is a variation by Mark Steyn on an original by Ring Lardner. Typically, Steyn was prescient in noticing at the start that the Euro banknotes featured make-believe architecture and heavy-imagery bridges (to.... er, destiny!), rather than great buildings which had endured over centuries.


Phil Yerboots said...

Well, the fiat euro was created out of thin air, so fictitious buildings were entirely appropriate.

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