The Bare Truth About My Butt QuizWritten by Timothy Ward
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Needless to say, I failed quiz. I got 8 out of 15 right. That's about 60 percent. An 'F' in almost all 50 states. Even New Jersey. I, Tim Ward, humor columnist and straight male could not distinguish between gluteus maximus of male and female gender. I started to wonder: Were some of butts that I said were female really male? If so, does that mean I find some men's butts attractive? Do I have a male butt fetsih that I didn't know about? Do I secretly enjoy slapping guys on butt after a good sports play? And what about woman's butts that I classified incorrectly? Has it really been that long since I've seen a bare female behind? Am I forgetting what female body looks like?
All these questions have been running through my head since I failed my first Butt Quiz. It got to point where I'm thinking about scheduling a retest. But this time I'll be sure to plenty of studying in advance. So ladies, if you see me taking large hard looks at your posterior region, I'm not a pervert, I'm just doing a little research. And to fellas, forgive me if I give more that usual amount of congratulatory butt slaps on basketball court for awhile. I'm just trying to further my education...And maybe work through a fetish or two.
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Learning To Be FunnyWritten by Bryan Brewster
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Humor often requires a buildup of tension. The story behind punch line of a joke is as important as punch line itself. I'm sure you've probably noticed how many jokes use 3 of something. (“Three construction workers were....” or “A horse, a fish, and a monkey...”) Using threes when making jokes is a great way of building appropriate amount of tension. Twos don't seem to build enough tension, and fours don't seem to build enough.
While being funny can be a bit of a challenge, it is something that can be learned. If it doesn't come naturally, it could take some effort, and a lot of practice. Learning to be funny might be hard work for some of us, but what could be more fun than working hard at being funny?
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