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    Very distasteful, immature and actually revolting for the most part.
    5 was ok-ish in a heard it many times over already sense.
    2 appealed to my darker side just a smidgen... but yah on the whole
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    I didn't find most of them funny but I did laugh at #10 and 14. I wonder what that says about me.
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    I was going to do an analysis on these jokes, but I got bored. Most of them are too Andrew Dice Clay for me, and the others are very Catskills stand up. I'm not a huge fan of most stand-up, or just stand alone jokes. I tend to find more humor in story based situations.

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    I thoroughly enjoy a good laugh abut only managed a chuckle at No 6.The rest did nothing for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    Very distasteful, immature and actually revolting for the most part
    This made me laugh the most. Revolting? Jeepers. Switch to decaf already.

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    I gave an honest opinion. You are being insulting. Now i too shall be insulting. Fuck Off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Is that summarizing the thread or from elsewhere? If the former, I'm not sure why you would say that. Here is a far more accurate analysis:

    15 introverts and 7 extroverts replied. (if my memory is correct)

    Of those, 4/15 introverts and 1/7 extroverts hated them all.
    5/15 introverts and 6/7 extroverts expressed very faint amusement overall or only liked 1-2
    4/15 introverts and 0/7 extroverts expressed mild amusement or liked 3-5
    2/15 introverts and 0/7 extroverts liked more than half of the jokes

    People tended to either dislike or mildly like all the jokes as a group, probably because the jokes are all extremely similar. They either appeal to someone or (mostly) they don't.
    That seemed to be a more objective analysis, without reading too much into the data. (It's easier to say who thought the humor was funny, vs making up reasons as to why or why not they liked it as the other analysis did.)

    Note that while I did state some of the jokes were funny, it has no bearing on whether I prefer this type of humor vs other types, or whether I thought an actual comedy routine should have more variety. I considered each joke on its own terms and why it might work or not work on its own. (I also can laugh at many different styles of humor besides this.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    I gave an honest opinion. You are being insulting. Now i too shall be insulting. Fuck Off.
    Its been a pleasure getting acquainted. Good luck with anger management.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yupitsme View Post
    Its been a pleasure getting acquainted. Good luck with anger management.
    *bothered face emoticon*
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