1. brucegee1962 says

    Growing up back in the late sixties, I remember reading the Euripedes joke in a rather ancient joke book. I wondered if there were any web sites that did “this joke’s first appearance was…” like the Oxford English Dictionary does with words, but I couldn’t find any. The internet needs to step up its game.

  2. avalus says

    The greek joke seems behind a language barrier, so: Hä? I don’t get it. Can someone explain, please?

  3. brucegee1962 says

    The names of the Greek playwright and play sound like “You rip-a these pants?”
    “Yes. You mend these?”

  4. says

    The guy going to the store looks like he’s off for a ride on public transport and trying to avoid contact with the Coronavirus, don’t blame him, I think I’d do the same, lol