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Whats Your Favorite Joke? (Please don't report bad jokes)

 
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Mar 07, 2021 01:00 |  #9901

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Well, someone was supposed to ask about the third kind of people.
The response was to be, "The referees and umpires. People like you."
We can conclude from this we have no controlling or bossy people who read, "Whats Your Favorite Joke?" topic.

Didn't that one go over like a lead balloon.

No, just over our heads and through to the 'keeper I think. Good jokes usually aren't obvious. That was just a bit less obvious than most. :)


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Mar 07, 2021 02:43 |  #9902

I was always taught that "all comes to he wot waits", so I waited :rolleyes: and it came 8-):mrgreen:


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Mar 10, 2021 02:03 |  #9903

Is there a word that uses all the vowels including the y?

Unquestionably!


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Mar 10, 2021 02:25 |  #9904

Pippan wrote in post #19206676 (external link)
Is there a word that uses all the vowels including the y?

Unquestionably!

Thanks Pippa, I really like this one!


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Mar 10, 2021 02:27 |  #9905

Pippan wrote in post #19206676 (external link)
Is there a word that uses all the vowels including the y?

Unquestionably!

Unequivocally correct!


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Mar 10, 2021 03:15 |  #9906

I hadn't realised that 'Y' was a vowel -?:rolleyes: But then again Y not ;-)a


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Mar 10, 2021 03:41 |  #9907

Jonzjob wrote in post #19206687 (external link)
I hadn't realised that 'Y' was a vowel -?:rolleyes: But then again Y not ;-)a

Ah John
You fell for it hook line and sinker :lol:
Our Darwinian friend didn't say Y was a vowel, just the word must also include the Y
Maybe he facetiously included it to see who took the bait :-P
But maybe just Equivocating :rolleyes:



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Mar 10, 2021 05:15 |  #9908

Ahhhh, but I didn't say that the 'Y' was a vowel. I just said that I just said that I hadn't realised that it was -?

I was just trying to work out the 'Ys" and the wherefores and wondered if Pipan was having a vowel movement :rolleyes:

Anyway it ain't a 'why' it's a Greek "e" which makes it a vowel init 8-)8-)


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Mar 10, 2021 15:07 |  #9909

Jonzjob wrote in post #19206687 (external link)
I hadn't realised that 'Y' was a vowel -?:rolleyes: But then again Y not ;-)a

Y not indeed. Y can be a consonant or a vowel. Get with the rhythm! :)


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Mar 10, 2021 15:08 |  #9910

avondale87 wrote in post #19206691 (external link)
Ah John
You fell for it hook line and sinker :lol:
Our Darwinian friend didn't say Y was a vowel, just the word must also include the Y
Maybe he facetiously included it to see who took the bait :-P
But maybe just Equivocating :rolleyes:

Very good Richard. You even found one with the vowels in alphabetical order.


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Mar 10, 2021 15:22 |  #9911

Pippan wrote in post #19206908 (external link)
Very good Richard. You even found one with the vowels in alphabetical order.

There's one more like that. I remember it from years ago, in a puzzle section for the idle.


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Mar 10, 2021 15:27 |  #9912

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There's one more like that.

You're abstemiously refraining from using it?


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Mar 10, 2021 15:44 |  #9913

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There's one more like that. I remember it from years ago, in a puzzle section for the idle.

Made me laugh out loud!  :p


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Mar 10, 2021 16:28 |  #9914

Pippan wrote in post #19206918 (external link)
You're abstemiously refraining from using it?

So you were idle, too?


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Mar 10, 2021 17:04 |  #9915

I wouldn't dream of putting complicated words on here unless it was done affectiously :rolleyes:


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