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Sunday, February 11, 2007

A test in two parts: Part 1

Humour impairment is a pernicious illness. The worst part is that, like HPV, a person can have it and not know. YOU could have it.

I'll just let you think about that for a minute.

It's worse than I thought. I think we all need to get tested. Fortunately, the test is easy and almost painless.

The first thing I want you to do is to click over to the Uriel blog and re-read the first post.

Go on. This is important.

Everyone back? OK. Now, I want you to think about what your reaction was, and I want you to use the comments box to explain how you felt. I will get you started with a few examples:

I am horrified. What a disgusting thing to do. Only a terrible person would make fun of people's religious beliefs just because they make no sense.

HAHAHAHAHAHA. That is hilarious. Those guys make no sense!

You are totally right. I am going to lobby my elected representatives right away to keep the influenza vaccine out of public schools.

Go ahead. Use the comments box. I'll meet you in the next post.


Torq said...

Hello everybody. My name is Torq. I have been a member of HIA (Humor Impaired Anonymous) for five years, six months, two days, and three and a quarter hours. I first realized that I needed help when I found I could not laugh about people flipping of boxes of kittens. It has been a long and difficult road but it is one which many, as we know, will have to walk in the upcoming days. I am glad to see you all here tonight. Together we are strong enough to beat this terrible affliction and lead normal lives again!

*If you don't think that this link is funny you may be one of the millions that suffer from this devastating disorder. Get help TODAY! Dial 1-800-LAF-ALOT. (This is not a real phone number, don't get me in trouble with the fed by reporting me for false advertising)

Steve & Megan said...

I might report you to LMK-i-A for use of the non-word "alot".

But welcome to the light side! We have pizza and ice cream!