For the Ruble (this is my first, please don't kick me)
How many cities does it take to start a global pandemic?
This joke may contain profanity. 🤔
The bartender says, “We don’t serve time travelers in here.”
Time passes. The patrons filter out. Eventually the bartender grows old. His children mourn him at his passing, and meet the grave in their turn. The city crumbles under the intrigues of time and war, and new cities lay their foundations upon the old. These, too, crumble. Humanity itself grows old, ...
A Jewish joke updated for modern times
Pastor Jackson and his secretary were sitting in a coffeehouse in Washington DC in 2022. "Pastor Jackson," said his secretary, "I notice you're reading Fox News! I can't understand why. A Black libel website! Are you some kind of masochist, or, God forbid, a self-hating Black person?"
In the 80's we used to think in 2020 we'll have flying cars cities on other planets, blah blah blah....
But No! Here we are, teaching people how to wash hands !!!
Dickens " A tale of two cities " was originally published in two local newspapers.
It was the Bicester times, it was the Worcester times...
1980s European leaders Mitterrand, Brezhnev and Thatcher were flying around Europe in a helicopter, trying to recognize cities without seeing them.
Thatcher went first. She stuck her ear out the window and stated: "I can hear Big Ben chime. This is London!"
Next was Mitterrand. He stuck his nose out and stated: "I can smell fresh baguette. This is Paris!"
Last was Brezhnev. He stuck his hand out and yelped: "What... hey! Somebody ...
Why are modern cities all so prejudiced against ancient Sumerian cities?
They all have Ur-ban areas.