English classes ad in Israel

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Samuel L. Jackson - English, motherf*cker! Do you speak it?

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5 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

"Some 75% of the Dutch-Jewish population perished, an unusually high percentage compared with other occupied countries in western Europe.[6]

With respect to Dutch collaboration, Eichmann quoted as saying 'The transports run so smoothly that it is a pleasure to see.'""

Fucking Dutch.

Simon Besteman said...

Still, Israel kills Palestinian children everyday, and steals their land. And calls anyone who mentions an antisemite. And you know this is true. Israel has become the South Africa of the 21st century, and no amount of insults at my address will change that.

Anonymous said...

Simon Besteman you don't know a lot of history, I'm sorry for you

Ben Elan said...

Look... this is my poster.I made it and put it up in Tel Aviv. I'm liberal-middle class and I'm supportive of a two state solution.

This ad has nothing to do with killing Palestinian children.
It has everything to do with English lessons and homage to Tarantino.

I liked the picture and the quote because it sort of implies that if the guy in the movie would have spoken better English maybe he wouldn't have ended up getting shot...thus encouraging people to call me for lessons.

If you want, you can call for lessons ...or if you want help planing a creative ad. My number's on the poster. Good day.

Anonymous said...

Only in Israel can you call your potential clients motherfuckers and get away with it

That's why I love the place

A certain commenter should spend a week in Tel Aviv before concluding that there is nothing more to the place than conflict

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