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Yet Another 10 Stories About The Geographically Confused!

, | Right | November 15, 2021

Dear readers,

It’s Geography Awareness Week! Geography is the study of physical locations and the relationship between humans and the world around them. Just about everyone who’s had any kind of formal education has studied geography to some extent, but that doesn’t always show – as evidenced by our seventy-three pages of published stories in the Geography tag and three previous roundups on the subject!

In honor of this week, we’ve mapped out 10 more stories from our archives about people who are geographically challenged.

 

Telling You Flatly – He came a-round to the truth eventually.

Cuzco, The Prince Of Egypt – Hits from the comments: “I’m surprised he knew where the Sphinx was.”

What A Dummkopf – Where the heck did you go to school?!

No Starting Point Means No Finish – Just drive west until you find an ocean… and then keep driving.

Yukon See It On A Map – Sounds like their brain is outside of their body’s service area.

Bursting American Bubbles – And unfortunately, we only deal with people who have brains.

Mexican’t Believe This – Hits from the comments: “They might do well to give the manager a raise for having to give geography lessons on the side.”

No Fortitude For Longitude, Part 12 – This is why I sleep with my phone on silent.

A Nation Of Size Queens, Part 2 – Their thermometers are smaller… much like this customer’s brain.

Do Not Doubt The Credibility Of The Map – Uggggh, the stupid hurts. It hurts so much.

 

We hope you found your way safely through our fourth Geography-themed roundup! Want to send in your own story? Submit your story here!


Some other roundups to check out if you liked this one:

Yet 10 More Stories About People Who Are Terrible With Geography!

 

11 More Stories About People Who Are Terrible With Geography!

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