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VANDENPLAS
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VANDENPLAS
01-09-18 03:50 PM - Post#2720596    

Step 1.
Repeat step 1 if required.
" The chain in those handcuffs is made of high tensile steel. It will take you ten minutes to hack through it with this, if your lucky. You can hack through your ankle in fivei



In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king 👑

Stinky
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01-13-18 06:39 AM - Post#2720932    

groan....
2blu52
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2blu52
01-13-18 08:23 AM - Post#2720938    

Learn somesthing new here every day. I been doing it wrong for nearly 84 years. I start with step two!!
"PEACE IS THAT GLORIOUS MOMENT IN HISTORY WHEN EVERY ONE STANDS AROUND RELOADING"

THOMAS JEFFERSON

Double Aught
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01-14-18 09:04 PM - Post#2721068    

Where is the joke? I don't get it.
89RS98Z28
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89RS98Z28
01-15-18 03:54 AM - Post#2721076    

A journey of a thousand miles begins with step 1. Over and over.........
A lesson learned the hard way is not easily forgoten.

Double Aught
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01-15-18 07:17 PM - Post#2721149    

  • 89RS98Z28 Said:
A journey of a thousand miles begins with step 1. Over and over.........


This would be considered a philosophical quote, not a joke.

joke
joke
jōk/Submit
noun
1.
a thing that someone says to cause amusement or laughter, especially a story with a funny punchline.
"she was in a mood to tell jokes"
synonyms: funny story, jest, witticism, quip; pun, play on words; informalgag, wisecrack, crack, one-liner, rib-tickler, knee-slapper, thigh-slapper, punch-line, groaner
"they were telling jokes"
verb
1.
make jokes; talk humorously or flippantly.
"she could laugh and joke with her colleagues"
synonyms: tell jokes, crack jokes; jest, banter, quip; informalwisecrack, josh
"she laughed and joked with the guests"
fool, fool around, play a trick, play a practical joke, tease;
informalkid, fun, pull (someone's leg), pull/jerk/yank someone's chain, make a monkey out of someone, put someone on
"they didn't realize you were only joking"

VANDENPLAS
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VANDENPLAS
01-16-18 05:30 AM - Post#2721179    

  • Double Aught Said:
  • 89RS98Z28 Said:
A journey of a thousand miles begins with step 1. Over and over.........


This would be considered a philosophical quote, not a joke.

joke
joke
jōk/Submit
noun
1.
a thing that someone says to cause amusement or laughter, especially a story with a funny punchline.
"she was in a mood to tell jokes"
synonyms: funny story, jest, witticism, quip; pun, play on words; informalgag, wisecrack, crack, one-liner, rib-tickler, knee-slapper, thigh-slapper, punch-line, groaner
"they were telling jokes"
verb
1.
make jokes; talk humorously or flippantly.
"she could laugh and joke with her colleagues"
synonyms: tell jokes, crack jokes; jest, banter, quip; informalwisecrack, josh
"she laughed and joked with the guests"
fool, fool around, play a trick, play a practical joke, tease;
informalkid, fun, pull (someone's leg), pull/jerk/yank someone's chain, make a monkey out of someone, put someone on
"they didn't realize you were only joking"






I would consider it both!!!

The joke is so stupid it’s funny, cheesy enough to sprinkle on your pasta!!!
" The chain in those handcuffs is made of high tensile steel. It will take you ten minutes to hack through it with this, if your lucky. You can hack through your ankle in fivei



In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king 👑

Double Aught
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Posts 335
01-16-18 06:14 PM - Post#2721232    

  • VANDENPLAS Said:
  • Double Aught Said:
  • 89RS98Z28 Said:
A journey of a thousand miles begins with step 1. Over and over.........


This would be considered a philosophical quote, not a joke.

joke
joke
jōk/Submit
noun
1.
a thing that someone says to cause amusement or laughter, especially a story with a funny punchline.
"she was in a mood to tell jokes"
synonyms: funny story, jest, witticism, quip; pun, play on words; informalgag, wisecrack, crack, one-liner, rib-tickler, knee-slapper, thigh-slapper, punch-line, groaner
"they were telling jokes"
verb
1.
make jokes; talk humorously or flippantly.
"she could laugh and joke with her colleagues"
synonyms: tell jokes, crack jokes; jest, banter, quip; informalwisecrack, josh
"she laughed and joked with the guests"
fool, fool around, play a trick, play a practical joke, tease;
informalkid, fun, pull (someone's leg), pull/jerk/yank someone's chain, make a monkey out of someone, put someone on
"they didn't realize you were only joking"






I would consider it both!!!

The joke is so stupid it’s funny, cheesy enough to sprinkle on your pasta!!!




2blu52
"18th Year" Silver Supporting Member
Posts 19030
2blu52
01-17-18 07:55 AM - Post#2721267    

  • Double Aught Said:
  • VANDENPLAS Said:
  • Double Aught Said:
  • 89RS98Z28 Said:
A journey of a thousand miles begins with step 1. Over and over.........


This would be considered a philosophical quote, not a joke.

joke
joke
jōk/Submit
noun
1.
a thing that someone says to cause amusement or laughter, especially a story with a funny punchline.
"she was in a mood to tell jokes"
synonyms: funny story, jest, witticism, quip; pun, play on words; informalgag, wisecrack, crack, one-liner, rib-tickler, knee-slapper, thigh-slapper, punch-line, groaner
"they were telling jokes"
verb
1.
make jokes; talk humorously or flippantly.
"she could laugh and joke with her colleagues"
synonyms: tell jokes, crack jokes; jest, banter, quip; informalwisecrack, josh
"she laughed and joked with the guests"
fool, fool around, play a trick, play a practical joke, tease;
informalkid, fun, pull (someone's leg), pull/jerk/yank someone's chain, make a monkey out of someone, put someone on
"they didn't realize you were only joking"






I would consider it both!!!

The joke is so stupid it’s funny, cheesy enough to sprinkle on your pasta!!!



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Me too!
"PEACE IS THAT GLORIOUS MOMENT IN HISTORY WHEN EVERY ONE STANDS AROUND RELOADING"

THOMAS JEFFERSON

Tom_Kochtanek
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Posts 412
Tom_Kochtanek
02-11-18 06:30 PM - Post#2724118    

Assuming you start out on your left foot, how does one repeat that? By hopping or skipping, or both?
And when does the right foot come in to play?

I bet Socrates knew :).

julianaray
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04-17-18 02:47 AM - Post#2731256    

A neutron walks into a bar and orders a drink. When the neutron gets his drink, he asks, "Bartender, how much do I owe you?"

The bartender replies, "For you, neutron, no charge."
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