Batman Airport, Turkey
Useless Loop Airport, Australia
Mafia Airport, Tanzania
Moron Airport, Mongolia
Ogle Airport, Guyana
Brest Airport, France
Eek Airport, US
Black Tickle Airport, Canada
Pickle Lake Airport, Canada
Raspberry Strait Airport, US
Airports that may offend
Old Crow Airport, Canada
Fukui Airport, Japan
Gaylord Airport, US
Pratt Airport, US
Shafter Airport, US
Dang Airport, Nepal
Ponce Airport, Puerto Rico
Fort Dix Airport, US
Tsili Tsili Airport, Papua New Guinea
Fak Fak Airport, US
Airports you may prefer not to fly to
Red Devil Airport, US
Asbestos Hill Airport, Canada
Deception Airport, Canada
Bloodvein Airport, Canada
Slave Lake Airport, Canada
Broken Hill Airport, Australia
Rifle Airport, US
Deadhorse Airport, US
Danger Bay Airport, US
Colon Airport, Panama
Strange sounding airports
Woodie Woodie Airport, Australia
Wee Waa Airport, Australia
Wagga Wagga Airport, Australia
Wuhu Airport, China
Gorom-Gorom Airport, Burkina Faso
Xingning Airport, China
Puka Puka Airport
Kar Kar Airport, Papua New Guinea
Muko-Muko Airport, Indonesia
Flin Flon Airport, Canada
To summarize, my data on the board proves….. (Complete the sentence)
Basic cultural differences (viva Europa!)
the American …it is all business…he looks far away, his attention undisturbed
the Canadian…a little distracted and naive
the French and the Italian are looking at one thing only….
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One afternoon, a wealthy lawyer was riding in the back of his limousine when he saw two men eating grass by the road side. He ordered his driver to stop and he got out to investigate.
“Why are you eating grass?” he asked one man.
“We don’t have any money for food.” the poor man replied.
“Oh, come along with me then.”
“But sir, I have a wife with two children!”
“Bring them along! And you, come with us too!”, he said to the other man.
“But sir, I have a wife with six children!” the second man answered.
“Bring them as well!”
They all climbed into the car, which was no easy task, even for a car as large as the limo. Once underway, one of the poor fellows says, “Sir, you are too kind. Thank you for taking all of us with you.”
The lawyer replied, “No problem, the grass at my home is about two feet tall!”