Published weekday mornings as the coffee brews
don't get it...
I would have gone with "people wearing socks and sandels"
A perpendicular trace would represent white legs in bad shorts...
Is that a pound? £
No, that's a Euro.I think this means: the stronger the Euro, the more European tourists.
and tourists are usually old people. and old people have no shame.(translation of title: GRANDPA, NO!)
No, i think it means the more men on the beach in speedos, the stronger the incentives for foreign man-thong-loving investors to pour cash into the European markets as an excuse to come to Europe in person to watch their assets grow. in size. penis.
but speedos are the dependent variable! (i bet that's the first time that phrase has been typed, ever)
I blame the damn republicans!
maybe speedos on American beaches would help clarify but nonetheless like all on indexed, hilarious and intelligent
America needs more nude beaches.
My eyes! My eyes are bleeding!!
america does need more nude beaches. im plannign on going to one in NJ soon tho
Is that relative to the US dollar? If so, yes, blame republicans.
I've been reading you for a long time. This is genius.
Come on guys, a little bit more tolerance. Just because your buck isn't worth anything anymore and just because America is prude (and considers speedo wearers as gays), it doesn't mean that Europeans aren't allowed to wear speedos :PPersonally, I don't like wearing them, but I am bothered by the American prudeness that is taking overhand lately. Sorry.PH
haha i like your title for it.
@ Philipp, Pretty sure Americans don't consider speedos to be gay. They're just terribly unflattering on most people that wear them.
Phillip...it has nothing to do with being gay...no one in the US likes seing "junk" on display. You should realize that this is especially unflattering after going in water for any period of time. However, we do think putting your "junk in a box" is hysterical.
learning the titles translation made it even more hilarious xD
I would like to apologise for the speedo's and state it is something I don't endorse at all.(Didn't know there was such a big problem anyway)BTW, it's not the € that's strong, it a weak $
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