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Author:  choirqueer [ Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:51 pm ]
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This is possibly the most important debate I've needed your help to settle.
There's really only one correct answer, but I've set the poll to allow you to choose as many answers as you want. Okay, there might be a couple extra correct answers for bonus points.

Author:  quark [ Thu Jun 14, 2012 7:56 pm ]
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Definitely not.

Author:  designedtobekind [ Thu Jun 14, 2012 9:24 pm ]
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A baby farts into a bar...

Author:  TurningVioletViolet [ Thu Jun 14, 2012 10:58 pm ]
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The first joke I ever heard was "how do you make a tissue dance? Put a little boogie in it" and I still think it's hilarious. It's probably a weird genetic thing, for many decades my dad kept saying the "why did the orange stop in the middle of the road" joke...

I love how children develop their own toilet humour without any input from others. At playgroup last year the kids were doing the hokey pokey and when it was my 3yo's turn to contribute, she said "you put your big bum in, and you do a diahorrea" (complete with sound effects). As you do.

Author:  choirqueer [ Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:09 am ]
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TurningVioletViolet wrote:
The first joke I ever heard was "how do you make a tissue dance? Put a little boogie in it" and I still think it's hilarious. It's probably a weird genetic thing, for many decades my dad kept saying the "why did the orange stop in the middle of the road" joke...

I love how children develop their own toilet humour without any input from others. At playgroup last year the kids were doing the hokey pokey and when it was my 3yo's turn to contribute, she said "you put your big bum in, and you do a diahorrea" (complete with sound effects). As you do.


Thanks for making me laugh apple cider vinegar out my nose!

Author:  BrisVegan [ Fri Jun 15, 2012 3:34 am ]
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choirqueer wrote:
TurningVioletViolet wrote:
The first joke I ever heard was "how do you make a tissue dance? Put a little boogie in it" and I still think it's hilarious. It's probably a weird genetic thing, for many decades my dad kept saying the "why did the orange stop in the middle of the road" joke...

I love how children develop their own toilet humour without any input from others. At playgroup last year the kids were doing the hokey pokey and when it was my 3yo's turn to contribute, she said "you put your big bum in, and you do a diahorrea" (complete with sound effects). As you do.


Thanks for making me laugh apple cider vinegar out my nose!


You made me laugh too! Fortunately without nasal vinegar!

Author:  GreenDuck [ Fri Jun 15, 2012 6:51 am ]
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I tend not to think they're funny, but I am boring like that.
Particularly if someone has left the room/group for a while, some asks where he's got to and someone else says 'oh he's probably got raging diahorrea'. Not funny. Or J going on and on and on and on about poo and sewage and thinking it's funny. No.

Author:  DrakeRedcrest [ Fri Jun 15, 2012 9:14 am ]
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My 58-year-old mom and I laugh until we cry at poop and fart jokes. Sometimes even an appropriately-timed fart is enough. Judging by her, I'm pretty sure they never stop being funny.

Author:  Mars [ Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:43 pm ]
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GreenDuck wrote:
I tend not to think they're funny, but I am boring like that.
Particularly if someone has left the room/group for a while, some asks where he's got to and someone else says 'oh he's probably got raging diahorrea'. Not funny. Or J going on and on and on and on about poo and sewage and thinking it's funny. No.

I hate this kind humor too, but I voted for poop and fart jokes being funny, because sometimes they really can! They just have to be done right. And with the right people. If a casual acquaintance made a farting noise and laughed lets say, I would look at them totally stone-faced. But the other day my best friend and I were laughing so hard at the idea of calling someone who's last name is Brown, "Brown-pants" (we wouldn't actually call them this, but the idea! It was funny).

Anyhow.

And I love the word 'Poop'.

Author:  choirqueer [ Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:54 pm ]
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Thanks everyone! It has officially been established that I clearly won this debate. :D

Author:  Gulliver [ Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:13 am ]
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My American friend Nicole, who used to live in England said this of the difference between British and American humour:

I think your humour is more intelligent. You enjoy uns and play with language. We just shout POOP! HAHAHAHA

To which I respond:
Spoiler: show

(Spoilered for NSFW. Silly and purile, nothing more "explicit" than you'd expect from a five year old, but it is still not something you'd want to start playing by accident in an office)

Author:  kimba [ Sat Jun 16, 2012 3:58 am ]
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I wasn't sure so I looked up a poop joke and a fart joke. The fart joke was funny and the poop joke was stupid. So there you go.

Author:  choirqueer [ Sat Jun 16, 2012 5:41 pm ]
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Gulliver wrote:
My American friend Nicole, who used to live in England said this of the difference between British and American humour:

I think your humour is more intelligent. You enjoy uns and play with language. We just shout POOP! HAHAHAHA

To which I respond:
Spoiler: show

(Spoilered for NSFW. Silly and purile, nothing more "explicit" than you'd expect from a five year old, but it is still not something you'd want to start playing by accident in an office)


That...just...that was amazing <3

Author:  choirqueer [ Sun Jun 17, 2012 11:51 pm ]
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Gulliver wrote:
My American friend Nicole, who used to live in England said this of the difference between British and American humour:

I think your humour is more intelligent. You enjoy uns and play with language. We just shout POOP! HAHAHAHA

To which I respond:
Spoiler: show

(Spoilered for NSFW. Silly and purile, nothing more "explicit" than you'd expect from a five year old, but it is still not something you'd want to start playing by accident in an office)


The Bumstep Remix!!

Spoiler: show

Author:  bunniee [ Mon Jun 18, 2012 12:14 am ]
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GreenDuck wrote:
I tend not to think they're funny, but I am boring like that.
Particularly if someone has left the room/group for a while, some asks where he's got to and someone else says 'oh he's probably got raging diahorrea'. Not funny. Or J going on and on and on and on about poo and sewage and thinking it's funny. No.


I guess I'm boring too. I really dislike toilet humor and don't find it funny at all.

Author:  GreenDuck [ Mon Jun 18, 2012 5:42 am ]
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bunniee wrote:
GreenDuck wrote:
I tend not to think they're funny, but I am boring like that.
Particularly if someone has left the room/group for a while, some asks where he's got to and someone else says 'oh he's probably got raging diahorrea'. Not funny. Or J going on and on and on and on about poo and sewage and thinking it's funny. No.


I guess I'm boring too. I really dislike toilet humor and don't find it funny at all.

Yay, boring solidarity! We can have a club and talk about nice things and tell cultured jokes. Or in my case, really terrible jokes that don't involve toilets.

Author:  solipsistnation [ Mon Jun 18, 2012 12:32 pm ]
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HA HA HA HA BUTTS! WHEEEEE!

Author:  Fizzgig [ Mon Jun 18, 2012 5:02 pm ]
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GreenDuck wrote:
bunniee wrote:
GreenDuck wrote:
I tend not to think they're funny, but I am boring like that.
Particularly if someone has left the room/group for a while, some asks where he's got to and someone else says 'oh he's probably got raging diahorrea'. Not funny. Or J going on and on and on and on about poo and sewage and thinking it's funny. No.


I guess I'm boring too. I really dislike toilet humor and don't find it funny at all.

Yay, boring solidarity! We can have a club and talk about nice things and tell cultured jokes. Or in my case, really terrible jokes that don't involve toilets.

I'm with you all. Can we have tea while we talk about nice things?

Author:  GreenDuck [ Mon Jun 18, 2012 5:06 pm ]
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Tea is good. Perhaps even biscuits to have with it.

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