Can anyone understand this spanish joke?
FATHER: Hijo... ¿por qué andas en interior? Anda y ponte un "chor". SON: ¿ chor ? ... ¿chor de la selva?
Yeah, "chor" is a really bad spelling of "Short" and "de las Selva" means "of the jungle". Plus, when you read "chor" it kind of sound like "George". So, the father says: "Son, why are you in your underwear, go put on a short" and the son says: "Short? Short (George) of the Jungle?" It is a really bad joke.
It's lovely to see word play in other languages :)
btw amaponian, your question might be more appropriately phrased as 'Can anyone understand...' (Greetings to you from Australia.)