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Things that have made me laugh 2

Well this thread made me smile as I couldn't find the other one...

Apart from that, this [icanhascheezburger.com]

And I will, publicly, share the guilty pleasure which is Hole In The Wall. Not big not clever, but still makes me laugh.
Sorry.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was 2008:10:10:22:49:17 by ruffers.

So MP and Ruffers, those are what made you laugh? They caused an involuntary spasm of mirth, did they?
No they didn't. You know they didn't. They couldn't possibly have.
Neither of the above is capable of triggering laughter, because they were never intended to.
MP, that thing with the circle and Gideon Bible? To LAUGH? What? The same sort of thing presented to me in a pub, I'd be lookng over the shoulder of the so-called LAUGHTER merchant, wondering where the funniness might be.
To present the dry scraps above as capable of inspiring laughter, is to attempt to wring more out of them than they ever possessed.

So, what makes me laugh? Wouldn't you like to know.
Oh dear, Ruffers. You have forever spoilt the fantasy that was Phil Tufnell.
HonaloochieB Wrote:

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> So, what makes me laugh? Wouldn't you like to
> know.


No.
ruffers Wrote:

> HonaloochieB Wrote:
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> So, what makes me laugh? Wouldn't you like to
> know.


No.

Yes you would.










Seriously.












No really.










Take my wife.













Please.
I've tried the chicken.








How long are you here for?
Being called a 'total tool' by Keef for bad mouthing the whistler.

Made me laugh anyway.

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dickensman
Quote: So, what makes me laugh? Wouldn't you like to know

"I do".
SteveT Wrote:

Being called a 'total tool' by Keef for bad
mouthing the whistler.

Made me laugh anyway.

xxxxxx

You didn't "bad mouth" the whistler.

You said you wished he would go under a bus.

That's why Keef called you a total tool.

Don't know why you thought it was funny.
Keef calling me total tool was as if he had completely washed his hands of me, and thought I was not worth any further effort on his part.

It made me laugh that I had totally and completely disgusted him.
He could not begin to explain, the chasm between us just too great, I was just sooooo out of order.

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dickensman
I actually said you seemed a nice bloke, I said the comment you made made you sound like a total tool. Bit different. Glad I made you smile though.
All good and well. Well, well, well. But it is to laugh. Isn't it?

The Pope walks into a bar.









Ouch!









It's a Jewish bar!









Already!
ruffers Wrote:

I've tried the chicken.








How long are you here for?

All week.
Hey now be good to to your waitresses, and drive home safely, now.



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It's that man again, ne c'est pas?
Peckhamgatecrasher Wrote:

It's that man again, ne c'est pas?

And of course PGC, I thank you.
It would have been rude not to.
Mange tout, mange tout. Rien.
Would it be so very wrong to leave Mr. Moos for Honaloochie B without consulting Honaloochie B first?
Well it is the twenty first century and things are fairly liberal these days,

noooo not so very wrong, but have you had confirmation from lil' moosling,

I think he should be consulted over his ready brek and before the rusk course.

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dickensman
Moos Wrote:

Would it be so very wrong to leave Mr. Moos for
Honaloochie B without consulting Honaloochie B
first?

Of course it might be wrong Moos, but if that's the case I don't want to be right.
Quote: Of course it might be wrong Moos, but if that's the case I don't want to be right.

You've just made me think of Coming to America, one of my all time favourite films, that always makes me laugh! big grin
I'm very very easily pleased HB, just a simple soul you see. Ooh look, a custard pie, he he.

Scrabble
I am really loving Tim Dowling's column in the Saturday Guardian now - and I really thought no one could measure up to Jon Ronson here.
sorry quinnie have to disagree on that one, while the occasional dowling column is good, on the whole there are more misses than hits, whereas ronson was good every week.
still miss was it mill millington and his column.
re: columnists - can someone put Barbare Ellen out of her and our misery - I used to love her back in here NME days but now it's embarrassing
and yer woman flett from get rid of that picture its like a throw back to a well known michael douglas/glenn close film.
Jimbob Wrote:

and yer woman flett from get rid of that picture
its like a throw back to a well known michael
douglas/glenn close film.

The Real McCains?
Jimbob Wrote:

sorry quinnie have to disagree on that one, while
the occasional dowling column is good, on the
whole there are more misses than hits, whereas
ronson was good every week.
still miss was it mill millington and his column.


Hiya Jimbob - I didn't rate TD at the start, but he has really grown on me over the last couple of months - I had the same thing with Mil Millington, (although his other half was the real star of the show there imo).

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