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A Grammar Joke - What's Wrong with Verbs and Nouns ?

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Oct 30, 2016 in Fun & Humor ☻ by Marianne (18,487 points)
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Theres' a verb and a noun in a bar. They both spot each other, and the verb smiles and goes over to the noun. "Hey," it said to the noun. "Wanna come back to my place and conjugate?" The noun said "Oh, no. I decline." 



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TheOtherTink Oct 30, 2016

Wait a minute!

If the verb in the bar was an "it," what on Earth did it conjugate with?  :O :blush: :D

Marianne TheOtherTink Oct 30, 2016

Lol - they didn't tell. :D:D

"It" is "neuter" ...

TheOtherTink TheOtherTink Oct 31, 2016

Yes, exactly, like an anatomically incorrect doll?  :D :D :D


Marianne TheOtherTink Nov 2, 2016

Lol - true; former censorship seems to survive - lol - especially with dolls. :D:D

Image result for dolls production

TheOtherTink TheOtherTink Nov 2, 2016

Lol, yes, 'unmentionable' was/is also undepictable, at least in these applications.

Fine art was something else of course, although female modesty tended to be protected more than male. :D

Marianne TheOtherTink Nov 2, 2016

Lol - "female modesty tended to be protected more than male" ? Wasn't it rather that "male prerogatives tended to be protected more than female" ? :D:D

By the way, I found the full story of Mr. Bean's "Room 426" - lol:

TheOtherTink TheOtherTink Nov 4, 2016

@ Marianne:

Lol, no I meant that in fine art, particularly sculpture, nude male genitalia tend to be quite explicit (unless covered by a fig leaf or some other convenient device), but not explicitly depicted in the case of nude female subjects.

And you should NEVER forget your hotel room key!   Especially when you are naked. LOL!

Marianne TheOtherTink Nov 4, 2016
@ T(h)ink

Lol - of course - but I was looking for a a really funny illustration, in which you saw these too explicit parts covered with a hat by some sanctimonious teacher in a museum.

But at least, there's Mr. Bean - lol.

Guess this "little man" in Belgium's capital - sometimes he needs to be "covered" too:


or, according to Busch:

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