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Discussion in 'Just for Laughs' started by Phil, Nov 12, 2003.

  1. Phil
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    Sky have just won the rights to screen the first World Origami Championships
    from Tokyo.

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    Wait for it :)




















    Unfortunately it's only available on Paper View......

    boom boom
     
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  2. flex22

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    That were Cr@p :!:
     
  3. Phil
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    aawwwww that's a bit harsh :) anyway i did warn you it was a bad joke :D
     
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  4. flex22

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    No it really were Cr@p
    :soz :D
     
  5. SimonV

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    Sorry Phil, :stpd
     
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    Cr@p right enough, Phil ! :tongue
     
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  7. tripwire45
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    I liked it, but then, I'm a big fan of awful puns. It's the sort of joke you can and can't tell a kid. You can tell them because there's no sex, violence, or cussing in the joke...however, it would go screaming over their little heads. I think it would be fun to see a film based totally on bad puns...once (more than once would be hopelessing annoying). The movie "Airplane" (1980) did this with sight gags but it's not the sort of film you can do a lot.
     
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  8. Nelix
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    I liked Airplane, infact i still laugh at it every time i see it,

    "Surely you cant be serious", "I am serious and dont call me surely"

    "We must get these poeple to a hospital", "what is it", "A big building with lots of patience but thats not important right now"
     
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    "I guess I picked the wrong day to stop sniffing glue". :lol:
     
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  10. flex22

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    Naked Gun series, Airplane, Nielson = Comedy Genius :!:
     
  11. Nelix
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    Police Squad.......the scene that sticks in my mind is the one were they are in the police lab and one of the technicians is really tall and you never see anything above his chest (Its off the camera) and leslie neilson points out the fact that he has a crumb from his lunch stuck to his lip, when he wipes it off, half a french stick full of salad falls onto the table LOL...absolute genius LOL
     
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  12. tripwire45
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    Well...call it half slapstick and half sight gags. I think it was the original Police Squad movie...near the end, the villain played to the max by Ricardo Montaban, falls off a football stadium and, after being run over by a steam roller, is trampled on by a high school marching band playing "Louie, Louie". That's probably not hysterically funny to you. But I watched it most recently with my three kids...all who are in High School Band. "Louie, Louie" remains a pep band favorite.
     
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  13. flex22

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    :lol: Nelix stop it, I'm in danger of dying through laughter :lol: :lol:

    Seriously :!:
    :lol:
     
  14. tripwire45
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    "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" "If you weasles don't stop laughing...you're gonna die laughing!" Flex = wea...nah.
     
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  15. Nelix
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    Thats it, i'm going to rake my copy of Airplane out and watch it again
     
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    This is probably in poor taste, but one of my favorite scenes involves two little kids...a boy and a girl. They look around eight or nine at best. They're both dressed like "little adults" with the boy in a full suit and the girl in a conservative dress. Both speak like Harvard (ok for you guys, Oxford) graduates. The girl is sitting in a seat and the boy approaches her with silver serving tray with coffee, cream, sugar, etc...He very properly offers her coffee and she gives the predictable, polite responses. When he offers cream, she answers: "No thank you. I take my coffee black......like my men". The look on that boy's face... :lol:
     
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    Which Film is this
     
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    That's it I'm done for :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Airplane. Don't tell me they've re-edited the thing to make it "politically correct". Some of the funniest bits were very much "incorrect". Having Barbara Billingsly (the Mom on the old early '60s sitcom "Leave it to Beaver") be the "jive" translator between the very white bread flight attendent and a couple of african american guys was just classic.
     
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    Nah the best bit is when they think they are going to crash and the young lady is explaining that she has never had a man, and how she doesn't want to die a virgin, and as the camera pans away there is a long queue of men standing behind her chair.

    :eek:

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