Stupid joke of Abel Rodriguez about Mongolia

A guy known as Abel Rodrigues made a stupid joke about Mongolia in
It is absolutely stupid and does not make sense at all. It just shows the man is very ignorant about Mongolia....

You can find his joke below.

China Celebrates The Chinese New Year By Invading Mongolia

BEIJING - The Republic of China kicked off the Chinese New Year with a rousing celebration. The Chinese army invaded the country that lies to the north Mongolia.

When Chinese President Hu Jintao was asked by a representative from the United Nations why his country had invaded Mongolia, a much smaller country Jintao replied, "Because we can thank you."

General Huang Hung Fu commander of the Chinese armies of the north remarked that the reason why he had been instructed to invade and capture Mongolia was due to the parking space shortage problem that has been plaguing China for the past four years.

The general said that just in the past 12 months alone the number of Chinese rickshaws had nearly tripled in number. He pointed out that his country has just flat run out parking spaces for all of those millions and millions of rickshaws.

He said that he had met with President Jintao and Admiral Ningchen Shangyang and that the three had decided that they had no choice in the matter but to invade Mongolia, capture it, ship all of the Mongolian people down to Burma, Vietnam, and Laos, completely destroy all of the buildings and houses and then pave over the entire country of Mongolia and paint it with yellow parking space stripes.

Shanghai High Noon News reporter Zhenpu Sing Song, Jr., an embedded reporter with the 17th Hunan Regulars Regiment related that the entire invasion from start to finish lasted a total of 23 minutes.

Sing Song stated that 35% of the Mongolian refugees went to Burma. 31% went to Vietnam. 27% went to Laos. 4% decided to go to Sweden. 2% went to England. And 1% asked to go to San Francisco's 'China Town.'



  1. Abel, I will kill you one day for this joke..

  2. surtei youm
    shog zohiol baina shuu dee
    harin iim hoshin shogiin sedev bolgoh youm ni baigaadaa ichih heregtei youm bish uu

  3. Alna gej bichij bolohgui ee. Shog zohiol l baina shte.


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