> Utterly incomprehensible to me.
It probably isn't funny once explained, but we can try. Part 1 makes you think in terms of putting large animals into a very small car. Part 2 relies on the idea that there is a place called "Wales", and "two whales" is pronounced the same way as "to Wales". It then gives a well-known route along a motorway to drive to Wales.
> On July 25, 2007 12:53 pm, Jane Williams wrote:
> > I'm sorry, but I had to: ancient bad joke that
> > probably only makes sense in the UK, and even then
> > have to read it aloud.
> > Q: How do you get four elephants in a Mini?
> > A: Two in the front and two in the back
> > Q2: How do you get two whales in a Mini?
> > A2: Along the M4, and over the Severn Bridge.
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