Tag Archives: humorous paradox

Rishi ‘Robin Hood’ Sunak strikes again

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A slacker sheepdog

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A Slacker at work

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An all-time great complaint

“My fiancée and I requested twin-beds when we booked, but instead we were placed in a room with a king-sized bed. We now hold you responsible and want to be re-reimbursed for the fact that I became pregnant. This would … Continue reading

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A dim but logical student

A science teacher tells his class, “Oxygen is essential to life. It was discovered in 1773.” A puzzled student says, “How did they manage before 1773?”

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Duck hunting

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Landing on the moon

What are they going to find up there that they can’t get down here?

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Beware of chess playing boyfriends

“To Marcel Duchamp, chess was a higher vocation than art: on his honeymoon he paid more attention to the game than to his bride. In revenge she glued his pieces to the board; divorce ensued.” New Statesman 7th October 2022 … Continue reading

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Let’s move on and not dwell on the past

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Slacker philosophy!

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