And of course, we lump all of you together and tell Norski jokes about you.
At least they do up North it the Dakotas and Minnasota, et al.  Have I heard
soe lulus!

Then there are the Irish jokes ad Polak jokes and Catholic and Rabbi jokes
and . . . and . . . and . . . ad infinitum. . . . . . . . . .


So lift the cup of joy and take a big drink.
In spite of it all it's a beautiful world.
-------Suzanne Knutzen

>From: Andreas Johansson <[log in to unmask]>
>Reply-To: Constructed Languages List <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: HUMOUR: comparative Christian theology
>Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 16:16:46 -0400
>taliesin the storyteller wrote:
>>* Adam Walker said on 2001-09-23 06:58:36 +0200
>> > That's cute, and has a grain of truth to it.  To bring this back
>> > around to a conlang connected topic -- have any of you developed
>> > "genre" jokes in your conlangs like these silly lightbulb jokes
>> > or Aggie jokes or "no arms, no legs" or little moron or *snicker*
>> > elephant jokes?  Are there categories of inherently funny things in
>> > your conlangs?
>>What about region-jokes? Norwegians tell jokes where Swedes do
>>stupid things and I guess the Swedes do the same to us. USians joke
>>about Canucks and rednecks, correct? Parisians about anything that
>>isn't from Paris ;) you get the idea.
>You bet we tell jokes about you! ("The Norwegian paratrooper jumped out of
>the plane, and found he'd forgot the parachute. After an initial moment of
>panic, he thought: 'Oh, I needn't worry - this is just an training jump!'")
>Supposedly, the Finns tell the same jokes about Russians.
>                                                      Andreas
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