- Aug 10, 2017
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I've never known a traffic light to buzz. I've only ever encountered ones that go beep beep beep beep beepThe traffic light on the corner buzzes
I love cheese on toast.This isn't a joke but it's about jokes.
I've discovered that jokes are a bit like recipes and food.
You can have all the ingredients, and the instructions, and it can be very easy to create a joke.
Sometimes you can just give someone the ingredients, and they can work out the rest themselves.
Sometimes though, the joke can be hard to digest, even properly made, with all the right ingredients.
It really depends on the consumer.
Jokes can be 'in poor taste'.
But 'One mans meat is another mans poison'.
I've had long rambling jokes that I've managed to 'boil down' to the key funny bits before.
They talk about a 'comedy roast' of someone.
Some comedy can be 'hard to swallow'.
Some jokes are 'sick' jokes.
The audience can be 'hungry for more'.
I think what I'm saying is.......I could do with a bit of cheese on toast actually.
All definitely repurposed by someone with a grudge against us Hertfordshirians.
I've never known a traffic light to buzz. I've only ever encountered ones that go beep beep beep beep beep
And do KFC sell tacos here?
I've never known a MaccyD to have a checkout. They have a service counter where you pay beforehand, a window for drive-through and some have touchscreen order points.
In the UK electric motors on things are referred to by their wattage, not HP.
I drive in and around Potters Bar regularly. I've never seen a 'deer crossing' sign, and it's not particularly a deer area anyway. Just up the road at Hatfield where the ancient woods and royal hunting parks are IS quite well populated with deer, but still no signs on the roads.
I think the only place locally where I can recall seeing a 'deer' sign (actually just a picture of a deer on a sign) is up at Berkhamsted where the road passes through a forested area.