Tuesday, 12 November 2013

1116. Welsh Idiosyncrasies (Nickname Series) (122)

An Englishman named David retired to Wales and was told he would have a nickname within the day.  He was very determined that he wouldn't, and didn't give cause of any nickname - but three years later he was rushed to the hospital.

In the pub that night everyone was discussing it when someone asked "What Dai are you talking about?"

The reply came "Dai-same-as-us".

"Why's that then?"

"Cos they die, same as we do."


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