This memory was triggered by a story here. I heard this once.
There was once two engineers, a practical engineer and a theoretical engineer and they met in the restroom at an engineering conference. The theoretical engineer from (a la) Harvard pulled up his fly and proceeded to...
Heard this one in a company.
Two dear friends met for coffee. The first lady observed to her friend, "I note that you wear your wedding band on the wrong finger. Why is that?"
"Because I am married to the wrong man"
I work with mostly English speaking people and so I decided to do this Afrikaans insert.
I apologise to my international friends if you miss the story but it simply does not resonate in English.
Klein Jannie op skool
Juffie vra dat die kinders 'n rympie moet maak oor hul...
Afrikaans is spoken in many dialects in our country. The three that really tickle me are spoken by the Afrikaner farmer community, the coloured people of the Western Cape (Capies) and that spoken by people of the Northern Cape (the Namakwalanners).
Here is a Capie story.