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  • 79 42
    Submitted by ghashlycrumbs on Oct 5, 11 at 6:57pm

    Pfft, I learned some Swahili at Disneyland when I was a tyke. You just need to talk to strangers to learn shit, like what chloroform smells like and whatnot.

  • 69 27
    Submitted by Jennamatic_3000 on Oct 5, 11 at 6:23pm

    Swaziland.

  • 65 44
    Submitted by steve0329 on Oct 5, 11 at 5:00pm

    They actually have cab drivers that speak Swahili in Minnesota?

    • 19 25
      Submitted by Babygirlxoxo on May 21, 12 at 3:05pm

      Yeah MN is actually real diverse

  • 58 33
    Submitted by Phys on Oct 5, 11 at 7:18pm

    How did you know he was speaking Swahili?

  • 61 45
    Submitted by agroupofninjas on Oct 5, 11 at 4:30pm

    africa

    • 50 32
      Submitted by TotallyBro on Oct 5, 11 at 9:27pm

      when this was the only comment, and I read it, I laughed my ass off, figuratively of course for the grammar nazi, for a good 5 minutes. Thank you sir.

  • 52 37
    Submitted by colan08 on Oct 5, 11 at 7:05pm

    MN cabby, probably had a Bluetooth in his ear and a Starbucks coffee in his hand.

  • 50 39
    Submitted by goodhead50 on Oct 5, 11 at 9:31pm

    Strangely, most of the Twin Cities cab drivers speak Swahili.

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    Submitted by GottaR8 on Oct 7, 11 at 10:43am

    It's spoken in East Africa. Mostly Tanzania and Kenya. The Somalians and Ethiopian cabbies speak it because Kenya took a lot of refugees during the war. I am white and speak fluent Swahili. I lived in Tanzania for three years. Always get a double take when I speak Swahili

  • 43 37
    Submitted by agroupofninjas on Oct 5, 11 at 9:43pm

    you are welcome friend

  • 46 44
    Submitted by SserPrun95 on Oct 5, 11 at 8:41pm

    Kenya?

  • 42 50
    Submitted by colan08 on Oct 6, 11 at 9:23pm

    Most of the Twin Cities cabbies are Somalian.