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Montevideo, January 30th 2023 - 18:43 UTC
The European Union and ten Latinamerican countries signed an agreement on Thursday settling the longest running series of disputes in the history of the multilateral trading system, better known as the ‘banana dispute’. Read full article
Good news =) I take it the EU has certified Latin America's bananas as bendy enough then =)
You mean bent ?
#2 I was taking the piss out of the EU, fellow Brits will get it
@3 Doesn't matter. Still won't buy any LatAm goods. Boycott LatAm. Then they can throw their crap overboard in the middle of the Atlantic!
Not even a teenie weenie waffer theen meent?
You seemed to miss that GALlamosa was taking the piss out of you with wordplay. Is there nothing that won't fly straight over your head?
Sorry, I couldn’t resist.
I just had an image of Conq as a bloated diner sitting in a restaurant with the table piled high with bananas and an Argie waiter offering him an after-dinner mint from Bariloche.
Argie waiter: And finally, monsieur, a wafer-thin mint.
Argie waiter: Oh, sir, it's only a tiny, little, thin one.
Conq: No. Fuck off. I'm full.
Argie waiter: Oh, sir. Hmm?
Argie waiter: It's only wafer thin.
Conq: Look. I couldn't eat another thing. I'm absolutely stuffed. Bugger off.
Argie waiter: Oh, sir, just-- just one.
Conq: Faggot, how do you want me to kill you. You choose. I can rip off your head and sh1t down your throat.....I can arrange to have your country glow in the dark. Go ahead, make my day......
This will suit Argentina which is now a Banana Republic.
When countries in fairier climes decline, they can at least grow bananas. When countries in fringe climes decline, they simply become irrelevant.
Geest that's it then?
Lol @ 8
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