February 25, 2011
To lighten the moment: Qadhdhafi Joke (Ar w Trans)
A joke making the rounds by email:
يحكى أن القذافي زار مدارس المغرب ذات مرة في عهد الحسن الثاني ووجد المعلمين يلاحظون في دفاتر تلامذتهم ب"حسن" و"مستحسن" و"حسن جدا" فأمر معلميه لما عاد إلى ليبيا أن يكتبوا للتلاميذ "مستقذف" "قذافي" و"قذافي جدا
It's said that Qadhdhafi visited a Moroccan school in the time of [King] Hassan II and found "Very Good" [Ar: Hassan Jidun], "Commendable" [Mustehassen] and "Good"[Hassan] [all act. Mor. school grades] that teachers noted in the workbooks of the students. So when he returned to Libya, he ordered his teachers to use the grades "Very Qadhafi" [Q. jidun], "Established / Mustaqadhif" and "Qadhafi"(joke resides in Hassan II's name].
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What makes this really funny is that, with Libya, you cannot be entirely certain that it is a joke.
Posted by: at February 25, 2011 01:47 PM
In other news, the previews on the side of the home page are all coming up exactly reversed. Weird.
Posted by: pantom at February 25, 2011 03:29 PM
...and I just figured out why. Yes, I'm slow.
Posted by: pantom at February 25, 2011 05:43 PM