Just a Joke

A letter “J” story challenge after the idea of “frizztext

“Just a joke”

Using jokes is funny, in serval ways – both at the good way and the bad way.
there can be many reasons for use of that “weapon”
but to be able to afford to use humor
one must also be able to tolerate it used against one
irony is very important – people without self-irony
should in my eyes had awarded highest invalidity pension
jokes are also often misunderstood

But satire is also an important weapon
we can’t live without it
but to understand the jokes
then you had acknowledged
the world isn’t just black and white
and much less is it only black or white.

We must also innovate
if you use jokes as a weapon
against something you don’t like
so it is very important to renew the jokes
otherwise, they act like a boomerang
and tells more about the sender
than about the one who the joke’s about.

I am a lucky guy, who has always been able to joke just about everything – about women, about children, about death, about myself, about life, about immigration, about culture, about religion, about everything between heaven and earth, about heaven . about hell, about eroticism – even about politics – perhaps because all the “victims” know

that it all stems from pragmatism and basic respect for other people.

Where I have had most trouble, that’s when I joke about us men
then I get verbal “beatings” – from several other men without self-irony
who believe it is blasphemy and “to piss in own nest”
just make fun of the others – again “black or white”
but perhaps women who make fun of women have the same experience.


Just a Joke
(don’t forget it’s just a joke)
 A woman goes out to buy a gun.
“It’s for my husband.” she explained to the shop owner.
“But, madam, guns are very personal.
They need to be properly suited to their owner.
Why not bring your husband along..?”
“Because it would ruin the surprise:
he doesn’t even know I’m going to shoot him.”

14 tanker om “Just a Joke

    • #.soma mukherjee – 06092012.1236
      Thanks, appreciates… 😉

      Agree humour very important to have – and I really think that people without self-irony should had awarded highest invalidity pension… 😉

    • #.frizztext – 06092012.1500
      Indeed it’s a broad path or maybe a lot of large number of thin path which somebody can’t seperate from each others and then merge into all in one so it gone be misunderstood – badly or sadly for humour…

      My favorite ironical thinker is danish Søren Kierkegaard too, great stuff… 😉

      The danish writer Gustav Wied my favorite (sacasm and cyrism) close to him Ambrose Bierce – of the earlier ones Shakespeare, Jonathan Swift and Voltaire was great too… 😉

    • #.bente haarstad – 07092012.1153
      I am really a very politically “incorrect” one, which namely teases the most, the ones I really like most – so beware of me all women, all strangers, all norwegians, all jutlanders (danes who behave like norwegians, of course I’m jutlander myself), all germans and many many others – people I don’t like, them I ignore… ‘hahaha’

      There’s a danish saying (maybe norwegian too) “Den man elsker tugter man” – don’t know how to translate that to frensh, english, german.or other languages.. 😉

  1. It is always better to smile and joke. Humourless people should be imprisoned in Funny Farms until they can see the joke!

    • #.george vagabon – 08092012.1822
      Agree with you – children should learn it from the start – also at school – so their parents and their teachers should be trained if necessary… 😉

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