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Bert45 | 02:32 Thu 11th Feb 2021 | News
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There was a Matt cartoon in the Daily Telegraph yesterday or the day before. Two men are in a jail cell. One says, "You're in for Morocco? I'm doing ten years for a holiday in Cape Town."
I don't get the reference to Morocco. Can anybody explain?

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People often don't understand cartoons ;-)
14:22 Thu 11th Feb 2021
Possibly the joke is about one-upmanship.

Convicts comparing their crimes.
Convict 1: I’m in for burglary.
Convict 2: I’m doing 10 years for murder.

In Matts version, convict 1 has come back from an area with low covid, convict 2 from a high area with a variant. Convict 2 is bragging his crime is more edgy.
// Cartoons are not meant to be funny. They are a satirical comment on current affairs, //

yeah times today - trump dressed up like the texan judicial cat and saying "I will purr like a pussy"
is not meant to give a belly laugh
and is a play on 'I am not a catt'
// Possibly the joke is about one-upmanship.//
oh yeah morocco is bland for covid
and south africa is very bad ... ( mutant )

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