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    Quote Originally Posted by Braxtonsmummy View Post
    I ALWAYS laugh at myself!
    I am a shocker for getting tongue tied!
    Dh thinks its hilarious!

    Like three years ago we were at a rental house waiting for the agent to get there.
    We waited for ages. So I rang the real-estate and said "hi. We are just waiting at 'such and such' street for someone to throw a shoe a house!" instead of 'show us through a house'
    I didn't even realise lol!

    Needles to say I still cop that one all the time!
    I'm the same as you! I've learned to have a laugh when I tongue tie my words. I was trying to.say a video game name called Crash Bandicoot and called it Brash Crandicoot several times.

    That and I've called vacant land "blank land".
    I think baby brain has made me worse!

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    Definitely. I'm a natural blonde, but dye my hair dark - so DH calls it 'artificial intelligence.'

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    I laugh at lawyer jokes all the time, oh and black people jokes crack me up the most til they make me realise im actually black

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    Yep. DP and I always say stuff like "uggh, you're *such* a lesbian" if, say, she goes out wearing a stereotypically 'dyke-y' outfit. Or sometimes she'll say "I love you" and I'll say "but you're a girl...ew!"

    And we joke with friends too. As long as there is no malice, I'm good

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    Sure can.

    I'm 4ft8 & have heard every short joke there is, I'll usually throw one out before someone else can leaving tem dumbfounded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Definitely. I'm a natural blonde, but dye my hair dark - so DH calls it 'artificial intelligence.'
    My parents say in crunchy, brown on the outside & blonde on the inside. It's true, sometimes I don't think before I speak.

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    I'm the funniest person I know.

    But looks aren't everything.

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    I can... but when others are having a laugh about something personal to me, it depends on who the person is and whether they say it as a joke meant for humour only or as a dig disguised as a joke.

    I can handle a close friend or someone who is also fat cracking fat jokes with me... I couldn't handle SIL, who is a 2-face b*tch and can be quite nasty and has never been fat in her life, doing that though. I would find it as an attack... probably because it would be.

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    I'm always getting teased about my clumsiness and I can be a little ditzy at times. I don't mind though and laugh it off. I bring it upon myself lol

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    Oh and I laugh at my own jokes so I get teased about that as well. I crack myself up. I can't help it! = D


 

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