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Message 205 of 310 (367778)
12-05-2006 11:29 AM
Reply to: Message 24 by Dan Carroll
04-26-2006 5:34 PM

Re: You think you had a bad day?

I just had that joke in my head... and was gonna post it... when all of a sudden, I saw it right before my eyes! Strange....

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Message 206 of 310 (367783)
12-05-2006 12:07 PM
Reply to: Message 41 by Percy
05-18-2006 10:47 AM

Re: Hilarious screw-up @ the BBC
Is it just me, or does the dude who has no clue what the Hell is going on seem to speak more flowing (though less understandable) English than the British chick who says "uh/um" every other word?


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Message 207 of 310 (367787)
12-05-2006 12:42 PM

So, I was once chatting on the Internet in some crazy ol' site that I cannot remember. I mentioned to the other person:

Me (the fool): "Man, my computer is moving really slow?"
Other person: "Yeah, dial-up is a PAIN"
Me (the fool): "What does P.A.I.N. stand for?"

He/she never said another word...



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Message 253 of 310 (370142)
12-16-2006 1:38 AM

I'm not Christian, and people wish me a Merry Christmas all the time? H

How many people actually celebrate the holiday in its traditional sense anyhow? To most people, I'd say, it's just Jingle Bells and pine trees. Fat dude with presents, cookies, etc.

So, why be so uptight about the whole Christmas thing? If someone wished you a happy Fourth of July, would you be offended if you were a visiting Canadian?

Nevertheless, I still refrain from wishing people Merry Christmas, 'cause of the few crazy people out there who are insane.

Oh... and I thought this thread was supposed to be PHUNNY!


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Message 256 of 310 (371997)
12-24-2006 12:07 PM
Reply to: Message 255 by Phat
12-24-2006 10:13 AM

Re: Charismania 101
Phat... where do you get these "jokes" from? You must make them up on the spot, eh?

Oh well... I asked for it :p


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Message 278 of 310 (381892)
02-02-2007 11:15 AM

So I did a search on Dictionary.com because I wanted to know what the things are called that come out of the cross. I thought it was rather strange the first thing that came up:


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Message 279 of 310 (381894)
02-02-2007 11:24 AM
Reply to: Message 277 by riVeRraT
02-02-2007 9:36 AM

Re: Robot
Odd... educated people are more frequently democrats. It's the dumb ones that become republicans!¹ :laugh:


¹ Not to exclude anyone from this list: Creationists, junkies, failures, drop-outs, criminals, liars, cheaters, insurance salespersons, prosecutors, and anti-emoticoners!


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