Υπάρχει πάντα κάτι ενδιαφέρον
Υπάρχει πάντα κάτι ενδιαφέρον μέσα στα ερείπια των κτιρίων και εμφανίζεται αναπάντεχα, όπως άλλωστε και τα περισσότερα από τα φαινόμενα που περιβάλλουν αυτοί οι δρόμοι.8
Whoa. Slow down, wouldja? I can't understand a thing you are saying. Why are you always talk so fast? Why are you always russian?12
"Why are you always Russian around everywhere? Why do you raid the fridge every time you are Hungary? Iran when I was tired, but you have too much energy." My history professor was12
in desperate need of a vacation. My class felt his geography-related puns were all Belarus. "Are you Finnish? We're really not India sense of humor," Chad spoke up in frustration.13
Or was it frustrussian? The dialects of geo-puns are notoriously Turikey. Especially without Germaney anchors to the conversation. "I just Kamchatka'd all over Ma's Dagascar!" Chad10
czeched out the Manilla of geo-pun lingo and Den marked phrases with New Zeal and now Chad was like a Guyana mission. Oman, Kenya believe Iraqed his brain Jamaica Somoa puns Togo13
Russia smile onto his Chile stare? "Canada ila Lama get some Serbice? DidJa pan fry the Turkey?" He's Hungary, I'm Ghana Cuba cheese wheel for him. Peruse that Syriaous cookbook13
1st, Greece a frying pan with half a pack of butter. 2nd, Macédoine as many vegetables as you can lay your hands on. 3rd, Italy be best if you wear goggles for the next part. 4th12
Open a Canada fine tomato pulp and heat it up to boiling point. 5th, Denmark the level to which to add the pulp and pour it in. 6th, Kenya smell the bolognese already? If not12
you've waited too long, run for cover!! 7th, get Japan and fry some shallots. Wait two hours and congratulations! You've got a smelly kitchen and some honest work for dish washers.12
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Zetawilk Mar 23 2014 @ 14:12
SlimWhitman Mar 23 2014 @ 18:02
Fold 1: There is always something interesting within the ruins of buildings and appears unexpectedly, like most of the phenomena surrounding these roads. The rest is gibberish.. or engerishu?
PurpleProf Mar 23 2014 @ 19:26
This was entirely my fault. I take the blame. I was too lazy to translate.
lucielucie Mar 24 2014 @ 07:16
It's not possible to have too many country puns in one story, so it seems :)
49erFaithful Mar 24 2014 @ 11:57
Hats off to all. Especially enjoy "...I'm Ghana Cuba cheese wheel...". Brillz.
Zetawilk Mar 24 2014 @ 12:06
More like Brazilliant.
PurpleProf Mar 24 2014 @ 12:26
I liked BuddyBoy's "Didja pan fry the Turkey?" :)
Zetawilk Mar 24 2014 @ 12:51
If there were a Folding Story wiki, there would be a tag for "stories which are a series of puns." Also, "stories which start with Non-English posts."
m80 Apr 15 2014 @ 01:49
Geez, everybody needs to stop being so amazingly, creatively, entertaining!! Please!
buddyboy4711 Apr 15 2014 @ 19:38
"Did Japan fry the Turkey?" is like the classic "Turkey slipped on Greece and broke China" except way, way edgier.