posted on Jun, 21 2011 @ 08:53 AM
And yet, as my daughter and I remarked this very week-end, it is always the worst jokes that seem to generate the most laughs at parties... Because
there are tons of reasons to laugh at such crappy jokes, or the people telling them...
But the last best one I heard that made me dangerously laugh for a good 10 minutes was said by imitator André-Phillipe Gagnon. He was impersonating
the ex-GM of the Montreal Canadiens, Serge Savard.
When he began and presented himself as Serge, he said, inverting parts of Savard's first and last name; " Hello. My name is Sard Saverge... " The
thing is, when you say "Sard Saverge", instead of Serge Savard, it literally sounds like the translated following: " Takes out his d**k. "
It is stupid by itself, but it was so much unexpected... Even the live audience had a few seconds of "huh?" before they got it...
Expectation is everything and that is why a bad joke will always have its place in a good party.
And just to be clear, there is a difference between a bad joke, and a tasteless one, which I usually don't approve... unless it is very à
LOL I just noticed... I didn't address the dog issue of the OP... I wonder how THEY feel about it...
edit on 21-6-2011 by NowanKenubi
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