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Is humour as relative as relatives... by MMMmmm... on 18 June 2009 8:49pm
 

or are relatives as relative as humour? </:}?
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by ev on 18 June 2009 9:24pm
 
Well, basically...
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by peripatetically on 18 June 2009 10:49pm
 
HUH? It's all relative, relatively speaking.
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by canaveralgumby on 19 June 2009 2:00am
 
Yeah but it's all just a theory.
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by kazzzz on 19 June 2009 9:08am
 
My relatives aren't funny at all. Mostly, they're idiots.
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by Amaia on 19 June 2009 9:48am
 
I'm afraid I don't get the meaning... :s

But, as far as I'm concerned, my relatives are really funny... for most of them, anyway!
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by peripatetically on 19 June 2009 2:32pm
 
Cori---

Theoretically speaking!!! lol.
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by bIG bLOGGER on 19 June 2009 3:57pm
 
The wife's mother said : "How would you like to have a chat with me?..."

I replied straightaway: "Through a medium."
(-LES DAWSON)
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by TERRY S on 19 June 2009 5:24pm
 
MMMmmm, what are you waffling about?
 
Re: Is humour as relative as relatives... by johnnythemonkey on 19 June 2009 10:20pm
 
Phew ! I started reading that last post ( from 'Peter' ) and thought bIG was claiming to have a wife !
 
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