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Australia is quite literally "selling sand in Sahara" because Australian sand is better for building with than Sahara sand.

So Australia is neither. He just had something Sahara could use.


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25th November 2014
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Na-Na21

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2 years ago #9538981        
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Doesn't that mean he is selling himself to Sahara 0-0


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1 year ago #9646618        
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Capitalism at its best


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3 years ago #9409791        
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We have an expression that a good salesman can sell ice to an Eskimo. But selling sand to someone that lives in the Sahara is even more impressive...

10 months ago #9719250        
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Not sure if you are an asshole or a genius.
Or both.
XD

Yeah, Australia.

1 month ago #9793481        
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The sand in the Sahara is wind blown, and therefore is very round and smooth like river pebbles. The sand in Australia has been recently washed up from the sea, and has likely come out of the butt of a parrotfish within the past century. It is made of tiny bits of coral, and therfor is like jacks. When you put weight on sahara sand it comes out from under your foundations like ball bearings, but the Australian sand simply becomes more compact

3 months ago #9783358        
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*old fashioned salesman voice* This is the deal of the century! Not everywhere can you get sand, but a bag cost $100! That’s almost robbery! No other deal like it! Hurry and get it before it is gone!


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2 years ago #9549889        
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In Germany we say: A good salesman sells a fridge to the Inuit.


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Senok13

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2 years ago #9498683        
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Still sounds funny. xD

3 years ago #9462941        
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what a great deal

3 years ago #9410546        
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Australian sand glory!

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