As in there has to be a setup followed by a punchline because their sense of humour is so limited in scope
A flat minor.
HAHA. I think this can be improved though
They use the punchline/set-up structure so I can see how you got confused.
then it hit me.
fucking hate seals, the daft cunts
I'll take Peter Kay telling a story about his biscuit falling in his brew than him off The Mighty Boosh wearing a silly outfit and mumbling something about a revolving mashed potato.
Never seen the mighty boosh
I also think you'd be a fan of the stand up of Ross Noble (but then isn't everyone?).
he used to sometimes go into the studio so early that nobody else was even born yet
MARLON: Roscoe! Roscoe! Listen to me now
ROSCOE: Yes OK let me just finish my imagination fight with this imagination horde of imagination ducklings
MARLON: Very well I will wait
ROSCOE: I'm here to hear what you have to say
MARLON: Oh hang ye on while I was waiting for you I started having an imagination fight against an imagination horde of imagination imperialists
ROSCOE: Very well then
MARLON: Right Roscoe I'm ready to tell you my story
ROSCOE: Right OK just let me... HI-YA. Heh. That imagination Genghis Khan will never bother us again
MARLON: Stupid imagination Genghis what a prick
ROSCOE: Too right. NOW what was it youw anted to tell to me
MARLON: Ah yes. Listen ye Roscoe and listen ye WELL. A priest and a rabbi and a imam walked into a bar
ROSCOE: Well. Then what
MARLON: I dont know I only saw them walk into the bar as I was sitting in the DFS across the streeet eating my Tupperware full of mince on one of the display sofas so I don't know what happened subsequenrly. I thought I would mention it as I felt it signalled possible positive chanj for religious realations in the UK which as you understand is quite a big contemporary issue
ROSCOE: Thats true but I was really hoping to have a laugh and now youve bloody gone and given me blue balls of the laughter glands
MARLON: Sorry Roscoe I'll fetch our DVD of My Sisters Keeper
ROSCOE: Oh good. The commentary on the DVD is always good for a laugh especially when Alec Baldwin keeps slandering the director
MARLON: I like the bit where Joan Cusack and Cameron Diaz have a rap battle
ROSCOE: Yes I like that bit as well
and throwing 2 sentences together in the vein hope it makes sense.
bloody good joke, there, ducky.
This post made my face half drain of colour
The best laughs come out of nowhere, but I like a steady stream of punchlines and innuendo to keep me ticking over.
well pardon me vicar
But I seem to mention Limmy in every single post so it's embarrassing
He's pretty great, aye. All in the facials though
Second one is funnier but first one has loads of retweets because it has a setup and a punchline
not even watched the second one
biggest of many laughs probably for the Tina Turner dancing competition
to a new town for the first time and it freaks him out. It's incredible.
AND HE HAS A NAME. It's dee dee
Aye, I'll bring a team and all!
Been getting this a lot since I was like 13.
who takes weirder jokes and stuff like that at face value and only finds the most obvious possible stuff funny. WHERES THA JOY
but goddamn it I feel like I've seen that new film The Internship about seven times just cause of the trailer being before loads of videos on Youtube
VINCE VAUGHAN: Put it on the line
SOME MILHOUSE: You mean online
VINCE VAUGHAN: Yeah on the line
SOME MILHOUSE: Nah its just online mate
VINCE VAUGHAN: ON THE LINE ILL SCOOP YOUR BRAINS OUT ONE LOBE AT A TIME YOU DOGGONE MILHOUSE
SOME MILHOUSE: But it is just online dude yr wasting a syllable
VINCE VAUGHAN: That does it (picks up his revolver) DIIIEE IDIDIIIEE
DOH HES GOT ME DONG IT NOW
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