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I remember some of them from askit.space and they always made me smile and laugh!

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Marianne is a very good and efficient researcher. :)

And I have a feeling that she likes jokes, especially... :angel:

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@T(h)ink

Thank you for your compliments

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She's a fount of information.

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Thank you for your compliment, Xix.

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Some joke book from the 60s probably

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Thank you; yes, some great old European sketch shows (mainly in French) have indeed inspired my on-line research. And some oldies from the fifties and sixties are still shown occasionally, and I like their humour.

The most inspiring were Fernand Reynaud, Bourvil, Raymond Devos, Emil, Guy Bedos, Roland Magdane, Thierry Le Luron, François Silvant, etc.

But I had to find similar versions, stories and anecdotes in English, with the corresponding links, as the humour and word games are not quite the same.


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Lol - it is indeed research into Internet, picking out the "pearls" (in English) with their links and sharing.

And yes, sharing a good laugh with friends and see them smile, chuckle and giggle is a pleasure.

:)



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Oh, and I forgot to mention the example of "Dinner for One":



Some great old European sketch shows (mainly in French) have indeed inspired my on-line research. And some oldies from the fifties and sixties are still shown occasionally, and I like their humour.

The most inspiring were Fernand Reynaud, Bourvil, Raymond Devos, Emil, Guy Bedos, Roland Magdane, Thierry Le Luron, François Silvant, etc.

But I had to find similar versions, stories and anecdotes in English, with the corresponding links, as the humour and word games are not quite the same.



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She's probably intelligent enough to do two things at the same time you know like live her life and think of a quick joke simultaneously

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Lol - just trying to get along with things - like combining useful things with pleasant moments and taking, as much as possible, one thing at a time - and slowing down ...

:)


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