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3 snaffles walked into a bar and sat down next to Trask, who had an autographed set Ringo's drumsticks hanging out of his fly....

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You all take spelling WAY to serious

Spelling cops! Grammar cops! That sentence gets C-! :cry:

 

Correct answer: "too seriously." :lmao::lmao:

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You all take spelling WAY to serious

Spelling cops! Grammar cops! That sentence gets C-! :cry:

 

Correct answer: "too seriously." :lmao::lmao:

 

My point exactly!

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If you can't even spell, stay off this sight.

 

Well, i will learn to spell correctly, but you will always be a tool.

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If you can't even spell, stay off this sight.

 

Well, i will learn to spell correctly, but you will always be a tool.

 

Looks like you've got you work cut out for you in more ways than one.

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CBS, I'm not intentional in my intended intentional tendencies to piss you off, but...

 

This one was heard from the the stage at a jazz club in the Village:

 

 

 

The definition of optimism:

 

A trombone-player with a beeper.

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That's a good one. I've heard it before. Here's a new one.

 

A bass player and an accordion player manage to get a gig at a nightclub for New Year's Eve. The gig goes really well, so well that the manager asks to hire them for next year's event. The accordian player then asks, "can we store our equipment here"?

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