On an episode of South Park they suggest that it takes 22.3 years for something tragic to become funny, like AIDS. Agree?
I have a rather distorted sense of humor.
Aids is finally funny!!!
Some things are funny in just a week or two.
Everyone has AIDS. AIDS!! AIDS!! AIDS!!
"...and my ol' dog Blue! C'mon everybody we got quiltin' to do!"
No holocaust wasn't funny and never will be. I also doubt 9/11 jokes will be funny in 2023.
what did Osama bin laden make for iron chef?
big apple crumble
"It's a bird!"
"It's a plane!...Oh shit it really is a plane!"
As Tom said, not funny.
Funny for people who like dark humor.
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Hahaha missblank! I hadn't heard that one before
No, shorter. There's already 9/11 themed jokes.
Doesn't mean they're funny though
No. Some things aren't ever funny. Well, except that some people seem to think those things are funny, about 2.5 seconds after they've happened. So either way, South Park is wrong.
I suppose if your best friends didn't die of it, it might be funny. If one thought that people dying of a viral disease was the least bit funny at all.
I don't understand people who think like that, though.
That is not correct, to the best of everyone's knowledge except the people who started that rumor in the 1980s & spread it. There's utterly no reason to believe that, and it isn't funny.
Geez, that's even more appalling than what I thought you meant. You get off on making fun of people with horrible illnesses AND black people.
Also, your perception that I'm a Democrat is wrong.
It depends on which side your standing on, sometimes it takes 20 years other times 20 seconds!
QED? What's that?
Haha, I think I remember that episode.
It's the episode where Jared from Subway attributes his weight loss to his aides but everyone thinks he's talking about AIDS. pretty good stuff
I'm already working on my Ebola jokes.
*talk show drum roll sound*
Don't leave me hanging. I'm...dying...to hear them.
Please. Spit it out. Cough it up.
Hence my bodily fluid puns