How about a laugh, (hopefully)

Posted by Leonard @jakedduck1, Dec 31, 2018

I believe laughter is the best medicine. Laughter has actually been scientifically proven to help people with depression issues.
Let’s give it a try so we can all get happy and feel better. Many Epilepsy forums I’ve been on had joke sections. I was probably the biggest joke of all since I didn’t get a lot of the jokes. They said the jokes couldn’t be above 4th grade level for me to understand them so my jokes may be rather simplistic but let’s give it a try.
Have a lovely day everyone,
Jake

@jakeduck

I can have it shipped express fresh, not frozen , right to your doorstep..already prepared…grilled and tasting like steak. Would love to send you a pix but my computer or iPad says it has to be under 5 gigabytes. Will look into that more as I know you want to view it….guffaw guffaw. From Spain to Florida to California…no probs.

FL Mary

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Well I have something, don’t really think it’s a joke exactly but I thought it was funny (actually it was quite accurate) but when I posted it I got a dressing down and it was removed.
I’ll try and find something gut wrenching hilarious to knock you off your chair.
Jake

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Mmmmm. …still waters run deep…I bet it was funny.

FL Mary

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“Guffaw?” jeez, what’s with the high toned vocabulary? Don’t forget my intelligence ranks up there with my taste buds, remember? Uneducated & unsophisticated. Keep in mind the initial KISS!!!
Jake

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Chuckle, chortle, roar, howl, snigger, snicker, titter…pick one.
And I don’t understand the last sentence

FL Mary

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Mmmmm. …still waters run deep…I bet it was funny.

FL Mary

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@imallears
Well, did you think it was funny or more accurate than funny?
Jake

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Chuckle, chortle, roar, howl, snigger, snicker, titter…pick one.
And I don’t understand the last sentence

FL Mary

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@imallears
It wasn't suppose to say initial. It should have been initialism. I wasn't sure if KISS (Keep it simple stupid) is an initialism or an acronym or if they both mean the same thing.
I need an ’English for Dummies’ book.
Jake

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Now who’s high brow. Not too many people can use initialism” in a sentence. KISS is an acronym because you pronounce the word kiss. AAA is an initialism because you say all the letters and don’t pronounce it as a word.
I still misuse “use to” and “used to”. Have to stop sometimes when writing to remember that “used to “ is in the past and “use to” is used with a negative like “ didn’t”….”didn’t use to”. Think I’ll switch to “accustomed to”.

I’ve used up my time but then I am use to that. Just had my coffee and daily essentials so I’m more alert.

FL Mary

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Well, did you think it was funny or more accurate than funny?
Jake

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Made me laugh and accurate on the surface but could still be misconstrued by some so best to tell vis a vis.

FL Mary

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I think God is still in the rough draft stage with men.

FL Mary

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Something is running around in my head trying to ‘ rough draft ‘ a reply ( ******** ) a reason for all of the interest that women have for “ bad boys “ is it a contradiction of sorts or maybe a type of : “ be careful of what you wish for “ or perhaps a bit of thinking too much, could also be a case of a truth being self evident; who hid the mirrors? Maybe my slip is showing; life can be such a drag if one’s only Queen for a Day.
A Nair Miss

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Now who’s high brow. Not too many people can use initialism” in a sentence. KISS is an acronym because you pronounce the word kiss. AAA is an initialism because you say all the letters and don’t pronounce it as a word.
I still misuse “use to” and “used to”. Have to stop sometimes when writing to remember that “used to “ is in the past and “use to” is used with a negative like “ didn’t”….”didn’t use to”. Think I’ll switch to “accustomed to”.

I’ve used up my time but then I am use to that. Just had my coffee and daily essentials so I’m more alert.

FL Mary

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How “ alert “ are you Mary? We shouldn’t be alarmed or get out the paddles now should we?
I have not had my morning fix as of yet so 4 give me for using 2 manE words and speaking with my vantriloqwist voyce dam u spell checker!

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A thief entered a house mid-afternoon. He tied up the woman and at knife-point asked Jack to hand over the jewelry and money. Jack started sobbing and said, 'You can take anything you want. You can kill me also. But please untie the rope and free her.’ Thief: 'You must really love your wife!’ Man: 'Not particularly but she will be home soon.'

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@jakedduck1 Hey Leonard, well I’m late but this joke was great! It made me laugh which is something that is hard to do right now!!! Are you as hilarious in person? ……..Karen

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Ever notice that some joke only need a few words and because you’ve heard the joke before all you need is a word or two?
Like “ there must be a pony under here somewhere “
Or oh my GOD!, that’s not a foot! How did the moron get his name?
I remember telling my best friends son his first joke. Imagine having no idea of what a joke is. Well this sweet kid was old beyond his years but he didn’t know what a joke was so I told him a knock knock joke and the most amazing part of telling it was observing the very moment that it registered in this brain: he face exploded into laughter, he was crying laughing so hard, then he’d repeat the punch line and crack up again. He couldn’t wait to tell someone and he expected that everyone would laugh as he did. And the adults didn’t disappoint him. But he didn’t realize that the joke gets old and fade away. So when people stopped laughing he tried telling it again. He also thought that jokes were a form of magic and in a way I think they are magic. So he came to me to find out why it didn’t work anymore. I explained the best that I could to a 5 year old. I suggested that I tell him another joke. He was excited about that but it wasn’t as funny TO HIM as the first knock knock, maybe because there was a semi bad word it it that he could use :” DAMN “ I guess I now have to tell the joke, knock knock, who’s there ma’ Dame my Dame who? My DAMN FOOTS CAUGHT IN THE DOOR! This darling innocent little kid EXPLODED INTO LAUGHTER. He almost couldn’t catch his breath. The other part of the story was that he suddenly found himself able to talk with adults, he could even interrupt them while they were talking about adult things that he didn’t understand. That the adults would all stop and listen to him. But when it stopped he was crushed. Who would have ever thought that this fun thing could turn into a learning lesson but a painful one. I’m
To get a joke to be on a similar level I had to get more Risky which worked. Thank you lord for an important learning lesson. I know that the joke wasn’t that funny but it worked at the time and the life lesson was great

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How does one make Holy Water? Put it on the stove and boil the hell out it. In the Marta Stuart cook book when she was in the nunnery
Also she had a super receipt for Monks Bread which was reported to be better than Nuns Buns
I hade more receipts from her books FU

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Sorry, I fell asleep with the new time to blame hello now I in at Vert and Leo press the microphone button and it’s recording every word ice I C ways of diS convering Biden things but spell checks has a voter for Mister JoB

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I always sleep with a knife under my pillow. You never know when someone will break into your house and bring cake.

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I always sleep with a knife under my pillow. You never know when someone will break into your house and bring cake.

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Let's add a fork. @imallears.

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