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Challenge: write a joke. As simple joke with a setup and a punchline.

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT - IGNORING THIS COULD RESULT IN BAN

* Don't steal jokes - write them
* Don't flood post
* Just don't be a dick ok?

So join in and write a bad joke and apologise for it.

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(, Wed 8 Aug 2018, 9:00)
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Niche
I was tasked with making a remake of Starsky and Hutch, but it was to star light entertainers. So we got Les Dennis for the Starsky role, and we wanted Keith Chegwin to play the other one. We got him in to audition, and whilst he was there he said something racist, and I accidently called him the C word, and he went off in a huff, saying he wouldn't do it.

Moral of the story: NEVER CUNT YOUR CHEGGERS BEFORE HE'S HUTCH.
(, Wed 2 Dec 2020, 0:25, 1 reply, 2 months ago)
In completely unrelated news
I was once helping some pagans with the roof of their cottage. It was pissing with rain, and we couldn't get up to finish the roof until the weather cleared up, so we were all huddled under a tarp waiting.

They were a bit narky about the delay, so I tried to mollify them by explaining that according to the doctrine of transcendental idealism, space and time are mere forms of intuition which structure all experience, and therefore that while "things-in-themselves" exist and contribute to experience, they are nonetheless distinct from the objects of experience. Thus, despite the fact that they *experienced* the sensation of being cold, wet, miserable and roofless, the true nature of things was unknowable to them.

They told me to fuck off. Just goes to show, never Kant your Wiccans before they're thatched.
(, Wed 2 Dec 2020, 10:45, Reply)

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