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« Reply #15 on: November 22, 2010, 09:27:43 AM »

The title "Master Jack" is making me giggle right now. TeddyR


 TeddyR TeddyR

Some lyrics for you:

It's a strange, strange world, we're living in, Master Jack.
You've taught me all I know and I'll never look back.
It's a very strange world and I thank you, Master Jack.


www.rock.co.za/files/sa_classic_songs2.html: scroll down to 1968.

Here's a strange thing: it was actually a song about the racism of the time and no one caught on!  Smile
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« Reply #16 on: November 22, 2010, 01:02:24 PM »

Yeah. Plenty of those experiences back in my pot-smoking days. I just wish I could remember them.  TongueOut
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« Reply #17 on: December 01, 2010, 04:53:29 PM »

The thread about The Nutcracker brought this one to mind: the family was watching the animated version entitled "The Nuttiest Nutcracker" and when the bean soldiers (there are vegetable characters - I am not making this up) arrived marching and farting to the music (Paquita? Are you listening?)...we all lost it.  It was perfectly timed so that every time we started to calm down and wipe away the tears, the darn beans made another entrance, tooting away.  It's a very tiring cartoon.   Lookingup

On a different note (ahem) years ago my brother came for a visit and my husband and I did the tourist thing with him.  We went to the CN Tower (tallest freestanding structure yadda yadda) and the young (very young) tour guide said something I wish I could remember (I think it had to do with Star Trek and living in Mom's basement...) because my brother said something quietly in reply that started us off laughing hysterically and the three of us (at the back of the group) ended up laughing so hard we had difficulty breathing.  It got so we could barely stand!  The poor tour guide didn't know how to take it - he obviously thought we were laughing at something he had said (and we were, just not in the way he thought) and kept hesitating and glancing at us.  Which would set us off again in gales of laughter.  He actually approached us after he was done his spiel and the group had broken up (but not the way we were!) and timidly asked if it was something he had said.  So of course we cracked up again and tried to reassure him between gasps.  Good times.
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« Reply #18 on: December 06, 2010, 12:28:45 PM »

This past weekend my friend was over (same fart-friend from the vacation) and I was placing an order for food delivery on the phone.  As I was giving out my credit card number, I thought – wouldn’t it be funny if I farted between pauses while giving out this number – so I did it!  And it was hilarious!  So much so, that I couldn’t clearly give out the rest of the number without laughing.  The guy on the other end was so mad, but I just couldn’t stop.. I took a deep breath, I tried so hard.. he eventually got it, but it was not easy.  I thought I was mature enough to handle it, I guess I’m not.

(Paquita? Are you listening?)...

I AM listening and putting this video on my list!

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« Reply #19 on: December 06, 2010, 06:16:39 PM »

About 22 years ago, (1988) my cousin Jim always used to bring his then 2yr. old daughter Christy to Thanksgiving dinner.   We had a huge oven and you could see the turkey cookin' away inside.

Apparently my cousin Jim's sailor-like vocabulary rubbed off on Christy.  Wen we showed her the turkey, she double facepalmed like MacAuley Culkin, and she said,

"I'll be a son-of-a b*itch, will you look at the size of that basta*d?  That's the biggest friggin' turkey I've ever seen in my life!" 

Aside from my aunt, my grandmother, and my mom turning colors that would make a zombie look like he had circulation, they were trying not to laugh.  And so was I, until.....it was then that my grandmother, in her shock, made a noise like Curly when he's hit by Moe:

She went  "Oooo-hooooo" and that did it.  I got up and went in the living room, and laid down on the couch and hid my face under a pillow and I laughed so hard I nearly died. 
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« Reply #20 on: December 07, 2010, 09:10:16 AM »

On a different note (ahem) years ago my brother came for a visit and my husband and I did the tourist thing with him.  We went to the CN Tower (tallest freestanding structure yadda yadda) and the young (very young) tour guide said something I wish I could remember (I think it had to do with Star Trek and living in Mom's basement...) because my brother said something quietly in reply that started us off laughing hysterically and the three of us (at the back of the group) ended up laughing so hard we had difficulty breathing.  It got so we could barely stand!  The poor tour guide didn't know how to take it - he obviously thought we were laughing at something he had said (and we were, just not in the way he thought) and kept hesitating and glancing at us.  Which would set us off again in gales of laughter.  He actually approached us after he was done his spiel and the group had broken up (but not the way we were!) and timidly asked if it was something he had said.  So of course we cracked up again and tried to reassure him between gasps.  Good times.

What makes it even funnier for me is I know the tower and I can picture the situation. BounceGiggle
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« Reply #21 on: December 08, 2010, 09:36:14 PM »

Sometimes I get really silly with the remaining letters in Scrabble and make s**t up with a description of the made-up word, that is so outlandish and silly.  Same as trying to unscramble the words in the daily JUMBLE.  I would make up an unscrambled answer.. like HRMAIO was actually 'mohair', but before that I came up with "Harimo" (a Japanese village) and "Imahor" (a prostitute admitting her profession).  I would just bust out laughing even if no one else thought it was funny.
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