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Tuesday, Feb. 06, 2007

VIEWS FROM THE STREET

Some truly dreadful jokes from public


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Priscilla Berg
Fashion designer, 34
On a crowded train, one man noticed that another man had his eyes closed. "What's the matter? Are you sick?" he asked. "No, I'm okay. It's just that I hate to see old ladies standing."

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Yuki Takemiya
Club manager, 32
A Jamaican guy and Pikachu walk into a casino. A staff member points at Pikachu and asks: "What's his game? Blackjack?" And the Jamaican says: "No. Poker mon."

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Aron Tseng
DJ, 28
What do you call an exploding monkey? A baboom! Or; Why was the energizer bunny arrested? He was charged with battery. Or; What is E.T. short for? Because he's got little legs.

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Marshall Boardman
DJ, 31
What did U.S. President George W. Bush get on his SAT tests? Drool. Or equally appalling is the one about the two peanuts that walk into a bar. One of them was a salted.

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Tatsuya Tameguchi
Engineer, 32
Two little potatoes are hitchhiking along the side of a road in America. How do you know which one of them is the prostitute? It's the one with the sign that says "Idaho."

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Mimako Kubota
Broker, 26
We say "oyaji gyagu" when salaryman-types make jokes that aren't funny. My uncle's been making the same bad joke for 20 years and it's not funny, so I say "oyaji gyagu."



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