lol at "dirty words", "no pussy for a week", and "the husband store"
A teacher in a US based international school was was giving out final assignments to his class of students from Africa, Europe, Asia, South America, and the United States of America (Mexicans and Canadians either don't travel or don't go to school, I guess,
so there were no other North Americans).
The teacher gave his students the following essay assignment :
"Please write your own point of view regarding the world food shortage."
The teacher hands out the essay books and waits. After only a couple minutes, the African student comes up to the teacher. His paper is completely blank. The teacher is confused and asks why the student hasn't written anything. The student replies, "I'm sorry,
but I don't understand the question. Could you please tell me, what does 'food' mean?"
After another couple of minutes, the South American student walks up to the teacher, and his paper is also blank. The teacher asks why the student didn't write anything, and the student responds, "I don't know, what does 'please' mean?"
Soon, the European walks up to the teacher, and sure enough, she hasn't written a thing. By now, the teacher is becoming frustrated, and he shortly asks his student what's wrong. The girl replies, "I don't understand what you're asking. What is 'shortage'?"
The girl sits back down, and shortly the Asian student walks up to the now quite irate teacher, holding a blank sheet of paper. He says, "I'm sorry teacher, but I don't know what we're supposed to write. This isn't something that you talked about during lecture.
Could you please tell me, what is my 'own point of view'?"
The teacher is now understandably upset, and it doesn't help that not a minute goes by before the last student, an American, comes up to him with a blank paper. Before the teacher can even ask, the American says in a loud voice, "Sorry teacher, but I just don't
know what this question is asking. I mean, what is 'the world'?"