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I’m sure he plays a pretty key role in their organization.
Zach Pope, your joke was funny unlike the comic strip. That was so surreal I just can’t find the humor in it at all.
*starts the slow clap for Zach Pope*
Either the joke is too hard to understand, or it’s just not so funny.
But hey, I don’t really mind. I lose my key all the time, too. Now I know where to find it.
Also confused :/
This websites so odd. From pure gems like yesterday which was truly great… To crap like this that I’m either way to stupid to understand or there’s nothing to understand?
Just you wait, it’ll return in a couple months time after it experiences extreme culture shock.
And it’ll come home and hide away to forget what it saw, and you’ll find it in the last place you would’ve looked.
How does no one get it? Toyotas are basically the truck of war all over the world, they are everywhere.
There must be a deeper meaning that I’m too shallow to understand.
OK I did some Googling, maybe I shoulda done some Binging or Yahooing or Dog-Piling but anyway I went with the default Googling method. I discovered that there is a Toyota model called an Isis. I guess that’s the cryptic connection.
There was also a Morris Isis, which would be more appropriate as it’s also unsuited to modern society.
IT’S JUST HE CAN’T FIND HIS KEYS AND IS LIKE “WHERE ARE MUH KEYS” THEN IT TURNS OUT HIS KEYS ARE IN ISLAM
it could have been explained a little better but i mean you win some you lose some
Can’t find it on the map
I think the saying goes “I win some, you lose some.”
The joke is that the key is just so lost that you could wonder if it’s in the hands of the islamic state and is now joining its cause. That’s how I got the joke.