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Fritzo

Lifer
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For the first time in days, I laughed:



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEMWyBWw0cA
I think your problem is you don't expose yourself to new things very much, therefore nothing is new to you and you don't laugh often.

For example, that clip is at least a year old, but you just found it and it made you chuckle. Just think of all the thousands of other things out there you think you're obviously going to hate and actually like!
 

Charmonium

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May 15, 2015
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I think your problem is you don't expose yourself to new things very much, therefore nothing is new to you and you don't laugh often.

For example, that clip is at least a year old, but you just found it and it made you chuckle. Just think of all the thousands of other things out there you think you're obviously going to hate and actually like!
Maybe, but my first thought is, how much crap do I have to wade through to get the good stuff. That's why I count on ATOT to bring the freshest, highest quality yuks on the interwebz.

For example, even if I go to a site that I know for a fact has things I like, let's say I Can Haz Cheesburger for example. I know that most of the pics and captions are going to be stupid, not funny and probably both.

I think people would pay good money to have a funny pic/gif feed tailored to their sense of humor. But learning algorithms that can even comprehend the idea of humor are probably still a few years away.
 

shortylickens

No Lifer
Jul 15, 2003
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I think your problem is you don't expose yourself to new things very much, therefore nothing is new to you and you don't laugh often.

For example, that clip is at least a year old, but you just found it and it made you chuckle. Just think of all the thousands of other things out there you think you're obviously going to hate and actually like!
Dont be dumber than mayne, if you could please.
 

StinkyPinky

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Jul 6, 2002
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That's not the image of +20, its probably an image of +60. That picture was from the final stages, when his grand kids were adults. Patrick Stewart has aged unbelievably well, agreed, but that meme is misleading
I think it's the other way around. He was only in his mid 40s when he started Star Trek but he looked 55. Now he has just caught up to his age.
 

Charmonium

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I think it's the other way around. He was only in his mid 40s when he started Star Trek but he looked 55. Now he has just caught up to his age.
Never underestimate the ability of cosmetics experts to make you look younger. I used to work for a cosmetics manufacturer and would buy my mom stuff from the company store that made her look at least 10 years younger. It only lasted for a few hours but it worked. And this was more than a decade ago so I can only imagine how much better the stuff available today is.

To really get an idea of how someone looks, you need to catch them when they're off guard and haven't been 'touched up.'
 

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