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

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TheOtherTink

Marianne is a very good and efficient researcher. :)

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

Marianne TheOtherTink

@T(h)ink

Thank you for your compliments

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xix

She's a fount of information.

Marianne xix

Thank you for your compliment, Xix.

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Fuzzy Corona

Some joke book from the 60s probably

Marianne Fuzzy Corona

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.


Marianne

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.

:)



Marianne

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.



Surfcrab

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

Marianne Surfcrab

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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