I wouldn't call my sense of humour weird, but others might. I have had a couple, fine more than a couple, experiences where they just got up and left. In the middle of my joke no less. How rude right. Why I ask? It's not like I have a tantrum every ******* time someone tells a stupid knock knock joke at a family event, just bc I din't find it funny. I just don't get it.
I mean who would not like to know how to stop a baby from crawling in circles? Even just for practical reasons.

I believe the word weird (in this context) should rename it self: Wicked. Or I know: how about renaming the group: I have a sense of humour. Who gives a crap about what qualifies as any particular 'box' (good, bad, weird).

Ending with this 'fact' from everyones beloved wikipedia: "Humour ... is the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement."
It does not state who's laughter and amusement. As long as someone is amused, may it be only you, it still (according to this statement from wiki) counts as humour. I did not intend for this to be a long rant. Rock on.

PS: the answer (unless you hadn't heard it before, who are we kidding, you know it by heart right) is: you nail their hands to the floor.
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Aug 18, 2014