“And twenty-eight chickens.”
“And twenty-eight chicken.” might have made some sense. Instead of “chickens” being a plural noun we would have “chicken” as a verb.
Maybe Engrish isn’t his first language?
Maybe Engrish isn’t MY first language?
Hit the dickhead with a baseball bat on the side of his head and scream: “Say it again, muthahfuckuh!”
And people ask me why they don’t get hired to do voice overs. There is something called a comma, asshole. Oh, and bovines aren’t carnivores, so this “riddle” as someone called it, is not a “riddle”, it’s a trick question by a leftist jerk. BTW, what the hell is that woman wearing, and why is she being shot in the dark? To cover up the rest of her body? Her thigh is bigger than my entire body.
What’s the riddle? Progressives are idiots who think they are smart. The end.
Taken the other way: “There are thirty cows in the field. Twenty ate chickens. How many did not.” This statement only affirms that twenty ate chickens. It does NOT affirm that the remaining cows did NOT eat chickens. Engrish that idiot.
@vietvet. Thanks I had long forgotten about the Shmoo. The creation of the shmoo probably predates the creation of the Eierlegende Wollmilchsau. (egg-laying milk-giving wool-pig by several years.
I had forgotten the German term, Eierlegende Wollmilchsau. Called a German lady who lives nearby to ask if she knew the phrase. She was not familiar with it. However, I learned later the Eierlegende Wollmilchsau was created by a German author yeas after she left Germany and came to the USA.
@Blink: You’re welcome. L’il Abner was a big thing when I was a kid, and I always enjoyed the various characters that came from the demented mind of Al Capp. My favorite Al Capp real life moment is when he exposed himself to a very young unknown aspiring actress named Goldie Hawn in an attempt to get into her knickers. A pretty gutsy move for a one-legged guy, I would think.