Collection of Lame Jokes

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If I worked at IKEA, I would have given the children's products the appropriate names.

The beds "Roara" and "Nitslip", the children's plate "Tastynasty" and the wardrobe "Dawdly" would certainly be bestsellers.
 
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If I worked at IKEA, I would have given the children's products the appropriate names.

The beds "Roara" and "Nitslip", the children's plate "Tastynasty" and the wardrobe "Dawdly" would certainly be bestsellers.
At McDonald's: Filet McNasty. MadMag ( RIP) did a bit on "IKrappa" , ripping IKEA. It seems IKEA took it as a compliment.
 
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If I worked at IKEA, I would have given the children's products the appropriate names.

The beds "Roara" and "Nitslip", the children's plate "Tastynasty" and the wardrobe "Dawdly" would certainly be bestsellers.
To understand the following joke, pronounce the punchline with a New Zealand accent.

In New Zealand, I asked one of the locals where I could buy flat-pack furniture.

He replied, "Does it look like I care?"
 
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To understand the following joke, pronounce the punchline with a New Zealand accent.

In New Zealand, I asked one of the locals where I could buy flat-pack furniture.

He replied, "Does it look like I care?"
I don't know the NZ accent, but Scottish did as well.
 
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"My mission is to ensure that this sodium chloride crystal stays together."

"And your name?..."

"Bond. Ionic bond."
 
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It seems the new Super Quark found is the same as the existing Quark Qent. Who knew?
 
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When Putin's son was in the fitting room trying on pants, he was just a little Russian dressing on the side.
 
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Randall Munroe abuses annoying movie name:

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people that got married.jpg
 
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Maybe one couple got married standing on opposite sides of the International Date Line on New Year's Day?

It would make a great conversation. "Is it your anniversary or mine, dear? I can never remember..."
 
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Society against abbreviations is called SAA....
 
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Maybe it is just people who live in that country and married.
 
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Could be two people got married, then divorced or widowed, then one of them married someone else; thus an odd number.
 
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What a lovely example to demonstrate our Berufskrankheit (occupational disease - but I find Beruf=profession fits better than occupational):
Maybe one couple got married standing on opposite sides of the International Date Line on New Year's Day?

It would make a great conversation. "Is it your anniversary or mine, dear? I can never remember..."
Maybe it is just people who live in that country and married.
Could be two people got married, then divorced or widowed, then one of them married someone else; thus an odd number.
Automatically perform on any input:
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  3. Find a trivial counterexample, if not possible,
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  5. The absurdly The better, under the constraints:
  6. Physically possible in our universe, if not possible,
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What a lovely example to demonstrate our Berufskrankheit (occupational disease - but I find Beruf=profession fits better than occupational):




Automatically perform on any input:
  1. Ignore the true intention by all means!
  2. Find a trivial example, if not possible,
  3. Find a trivial counterexample, if not possible,
  4. Examine all exceptional cases, with the objective function:
  5. The absurdly The better, under the constraints:
  6. Physically possible in our universe, if not possible,
  7. Assume another universe.
So, Beruf Willis is divorced? He will die harder.
 
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What a lovely example to demonstrate our Berufskrankheit (occupational disease - but I find Beruf=profession fits better than occupational):




Automatically perform on any input:
  1. Ignore the true intention by all means!
  2. Find a trivial example, if not possible,
  3. Find a trivial counterexample, if not possible,
  4. Examine all exceptional cases, with the objective function:
  5. The absurdly The better, under the constraints:
  6. Physically possible in our universe, if not possible,
  7. Assume another universe.
Wow, a thorough analysis of possible meanings of a joke. Sorry if I ever doubted you were German!
 
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Wow, a thorough analysis of possible meanings of a joke. Sorry if I ever doubted you were German!
This was our proof to the world that we actually do have humor:

And we made this one famous:

And the country in second place where British dark humor is appreciated is us!
 

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