I thought of a question: since there isn’t anything demeaning or derogatory in this, how is it antisemitic?
Guys, for more like that check out Leo Rosten’s The Joys of Yiddish.
Wouldn’t that make the singular triceratopus?
I know, but I didn’t wan’t to sound too old. :) As I say, now and again, – Ah yes, I remember back in ought nineteen …
You guys need to watch the Whoopi Goldberg introduction to the Warner Brothers cartoons from WW2. Oh, and the 3rd paragraph from Prince Mickey seems to commit the same error that is being complained about. (Unless, of course the invective is merely supposed to be a troll attempt.)
You guys do know that back in the olden days (as in before 1950) there were enough families where 3 or 4 generations lived in the same house that not only was it was considered normal, it was expected in many areas of the country, don’t you?
I remember, back in ought nineteen …
Great. I may have been scrolling down a little to fast earlier. :)
So, no one noticed the reference to Dante’s Inferno?
Folks, the joke is about suicide in the modern world.