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Knock knock jokes, dirty jokes, racist jokes, story/long jokes, word play jokes, etc.

What do you like best? and go ahead and post some if you want (probably not the racist jokes or really dirty jokes)
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Anything that involves dark humor. Like drinking bleach jokes, self deprecation, suicide, depression. You know the good shit
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I like jokes that make people feel dirty inside and somewhat nauseous
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funny jokes
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I'll take any joke.
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I like those with a bit of a drink-spray at the end--

For example, the nun who woke up one morning, started to go about her duties at the abbey, and said good morning to her senior, who snippily replied "Well, we got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning, didn't we?"
She didn't think much about it until she ran into a young novice who said "Someone got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning... "
Finally, she had to meet with the mother Superior, who started to say, "You--"
"--Yes, I know, 'I got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning', you don't have to say it!"
"I wasn't going to say that," the Superior replied. "I was just going to ask, why are you wearing the Bishop's shoes?"

(Or, for more non-denominational value:
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on a weekend camping trip, and Holmes asks, "Look up at the stars, Watson, and tell me what you think:"
"Well," Watson started to say, "makes you wonder how vast the universe is, and how insignificant our place may be in the true cosmos...What do you think, Holmes?"
"Watson, you fool," Holmes replied--"It means someone has stolen our tent!")
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Ejanss wrote:

I like those with a bit of a drink-spray at the end--

For example, the nun who woke up one morning, started to go about her duties at the abbey, and said good morning to her senior, who snippily replied "Well, we got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning, didn't we?"
She didn't think much about it until she ran into a young novice who said "Someone got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning... "
Finally, she had to meet with the mother Superior, who started to say, "You--"
"--Yes, I know, 'I got up on the wrong side of the bed this morning', you don't have to say it!"
"I wasn't going to say that," the Superior replied. "I was just going to ask, why are you wearing the Bishop's shoes?"

(Or, for more non-denominational value:
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on a weekend camping trip, and Holmes asks, "Look up at the stars, Watson, and tell me what you think:"
"Well," Watson started to say, "makes you wonder how vast the universe is, and how insignificant our place may be in the true cosmos...What do you think, Holmes?"
"Watson, you fool," Holmes replied--"It means someone has stolen our tent!")


I laughed at both of those. They are good jokes and you presented them effectively.
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Haha I liked that first one. Yeah, I think those are great because the whole time through you are wondering and anticipating what the punch line is gonna be, and when it hits it is just hilarious, especially when it was something completely different from what you thought it would be. I don't know if that's why you like em haha that's just my opinion.
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Science jokes or Dark jokes.

I remember asking a librarian for a book on Pavlov's Dog and Schrödinger's Cat..

She said it rings a bell, but she didn't know where it was...

I also remember seeing three cats on the roof of the house. I wondered which cat would fall off first. I deduced it would be the one with the lowest μ.
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Dad jokes.
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lorreen wrote:I laughed at both of those. They are good jokes and you presented them effectively.


It's a lost art, and if you look back at that "Hitler jokes?" thread we had a while ago, it's occasionally scary HOW lost.
http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-925541/do-you-find-hitler-jokes-funny
The Millennials today literally--as in, ACTUAL FUNDAMENTAL BAFFLEMENT--do not know the difference between personal anger-issue "shocking the Squares" or "cool Random" that you don't have to think about and some other poor sucker tries to, and something that leads in your interest and twists the listener's unexpected participation in it, even if there's no dirty words, pop-culture refs, shock, or personal nihilistic wish to gun down the entire world in it.

I put the cutoff date at a generation raised during the Bush Jr. era, that became too angry or personally uninvolved to become interested in absurdity or satire anymore, and officially lost our cultural sense of Comedy--
Even the movies and sitcoms today are less actual delivery of comic timing as they are in presenting a fantasy world where you don't have to become an adult after high school, even if age and responsibility has caught up with you.
Knowing how to tell a joke is the first step in being on top of knowing human nature and analyzing the situation around you.


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Science jokes

I remember asking a librarian for a book on Pavlov's Dog and Schrödinger's Cat..
She said it rings a bell, but she didn't know where it was...

I also remember seeing three cats on the roof of the house. I wondered which cat would fall off first. I deduced it would be the one with the lowest μ.


That's why ultra-specific niche jokes work--They involve actually KNOWING something, and trying to match it to more common aspects of the outside world.
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Terrible plays on words. For example,
A theatrical production of puns is merely a play on words.
I'm also partial to darker humor and those stupid MLG memes.
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funny jokes


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Interesting, I myself am more partial to the jokes that nobody laughs at and cause an awkward silence for about 15 seconds to be honest.
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Ones that mock others.
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