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But once the bronze age passed into modern history silliness found its footing again and silly jokes became a permanent part of cultures around the world. But I would say jokes: Choose a video to embed. Actually, nobody ever says "to do a joke" unless they have onlyvery recently starte … d learning English.
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I don't mean those old faded jeans with patches of smurfs and care bears sewed on them, which granted is silly in its own right, I am talking about the specific genetic code that makes some people more compelled to tell silly jokes over other. This identification of a silly gene has been labeled sillypsitis, and the reason I know so much about it is I have, as you may have surmised, been diagnosed with sillypsitis.
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During the reign of Edward the Longshanks, the Scottish were famous, not only for their hagis and kilts but for their silly jokes. So, I thank thee, one and all, for patiently putting up with me and my medication. The most popular silly joke, by far, in ancient Egypt during the bronze age was; "I'd like to hang out with you tonight but I have to stay at home to look after my mummy.