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What Has Happened to Jokes?

Postiwyd gan sean123 o Caerdydd - Cyhoeddwyd ar 29/04/2015 am 11:09
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What has happened to jokes?

It seems that, nowadays, people are not finding jokes funny and people think that they are "uncool" or "weird".

Jokes have been around since humans came to be and, right up until now, people found them amusing. Some people do find jokes amusing still, but there are certain people who are just full of themselves and are maybe jealous that the other person was able to tell a joke. In my opinion, this is just pure selfishness.

It happens to me; I tell a joke to someone and they just say something, like, "Just no, Sean [my name], just no."

People should not look down upon jokes, as they ARE funny and it is actually clever the way most jokes are built because some thought has got to go into them.

And, the funny thing is, most people who act like jokes aren't funny when they hear them usually do find them funny inside, but they just want to "follow the crowd" so that they are not seen as "uncool".


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