Is there anything better than learning Spanish from Spanish jokes? Nothing! Jokes and humor in your target language must comprise of at least 75% of the things you expose yourself to when learning another language. So below we have some troll face comic strips in Spanish:
Note: We have translated each of these in English below but before looking at the English translation try to translate it yourself by figuring out what it’s trying to say; you probably will since the mind loves mischievousness – that’s the same reason why you will learn more from these memes than from any textbook out there.
So how do you create eternal peace on Earth?
Consige trabajar de astronomo – Get a job in Astronomy
Simula una señal alien falsa – Simulate a fake alien signal
Los humanos se unen y trabajan juntos – Humans unite and work together
Paz en la tierra para siempre – peace on Earth forever
How to fly:
Consigue un amigo y agarraos el una al otro – get a friend and you hold one another (agarra= hold; os = refers to “you” in plural form,)
Uno de vosotros levanta al otro – one of you raise the other one
Antes de caer, el que esta en el aire levanta al que esta en el suelo – Before falling, the one in the air must lift the one on the ground.
Repitiendo el proceso, aprendereis a volar – Repeating the process, you will learn how to fly
It really makes sense doesn’t it?! Why haven’t I thought of that before!? I’m gonna f###cking try that later!!
How to jump off a burning building on a chair without dying:
Tu edificio está ardiendo – Your building (edifice) is burning
salta desde la ventana con una silla – Jump off from the window with a chair (as illustrated above)
espera a que la silla esté a punto de tocar el suelo – wait until the chair is about to touch the ground
Salta de la silla y estás a salvo! – Jump out of the chair and YOU ARE SAFE!!
People, please spread this message; studies show that everyday people are dying from not being able to jump off their buildings – that meme above can actually save millions of lives!!
So before we go I have a very serious question for all of you guys: Has anyone ever tried any one of those brilliant ideas illustrated above (before or after reading this post)? If so what was your experience (especially with #3)? Que Dios les bendiga (especially if you’re planning to try those at home!)