Good morning from sunny Berlin.
Here’s something for the ears again ;-)
P.S. And I chose the version from Spain. I did not find a Slovenian version.
It\’s the only English language word joke I know. Maybe that\’s why I like it so much.
A priest and an Australian shepherd compete in a quiz. At the end of the regular round of questions it is undecided, and the presenter of the programme asks the key question:
Can you rhyme a verse to the word Timbuktu within 5 minutes?
The two candidates withdraw. After 5 minutes the clergyman steps in front of the audience and presents his work:
I was a father all my life,
had no children, had no wife.
I read the bible through and through
on my way to Timbuktu.
The audience is enthusiastic and already believes the priest to be the sure winner. But then the Australian shepherd steps forward and writes poetry:
When Tim and I to Brisbane went
we met three ladies cheap to rent.
They were three but we were two
so I booked one and Tim booked two.
Well, then I’ll share my first LI article.
I’m really happy to connect here as well. Thank you for adding me and for your kind message on LinkedIn!
Much appreciated. :)
I hope you have a great day!!☀️