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Wednesday, September 6, 2006 (read 704 times)
 

This Week's Joke in Spanish

by Erin

I chuckled at this week's Joke in Spanish, published in the Weekly Lesson. It's a Spanish language "who's on first", if you're familiar with the old Abbott & Costello routine in English:

Estaban dos niños cada uno con una peonza y uno le dice al otro: "A ver, baila la peonza.
Y el otro le contesta:-No sabo.
-No se dice "no sabo" se dice "no sepo".
En ese momento una señora estaba escuchando la conversación de los niños y les dice:
-No se dice ni "no sabo" ni "no sepo".
Los niños le preguntan:
-Entonces, ¿Cómo se dice?
La señora les contesta:-No sé
Y los niños le dicen:
-Entonces, ¿por qué se mete en lo que no le importa?

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