my brother and i just having fun one day by making up insults and i was just wondering what every one though of this one he made up.
you are so low you could crawl under a pregnant ant
sorry if some of you found this to insulting but that was not my aim this is a one liner i remembered from when i was around
15yrs old and now iam in my 40s just thought i would share. and thank you to all that made a momment on my hub score
Sorry, I think it's a bit laboured.
however did you conceive of that pun?
There's no womb for that kind of humour LG and Teresa!
I certainly wasn't expecting it.
I'm sure you could come up with something better, one more push...
All these stretched remarks!
haha got a good belly laugh out of this!
I was placentaly surprised by the quality of these comments.
The atmoshpere is still pregnant with insult possibilities.
It's all in the delivery...
EDIT - LondonGirl - just noticed that you reached the dizzy heights of a 100 Hubscore! Very well deserved
Congrats from me too LondonGirl.
Thanks Sufi, and all, it's rather nice but I don't worry about it, or it might go away again (-:
Let's see how much we can milk this joke.
We'll have to keep abreast of any developments.
That pun is far better than any of the udders.
Nursing a good joke, all of you?
You have a fertile imagination Cris!
You'll say we're ne'er-do-well punsters,
We've thought of some low forms of wit.
When'll our words and our actions
(would've, should've, could've )
or might've been having contractions.
Thanks Shalini. But I really do hope it won't take nine months to give birth to an answer to the original question! or did i say that prematurely?
And we hope the answer will not be low-weight at birth.
Shall we pass through this canal of puns?
Perhaps we are be-laboring the point.
It's about time we cut the chord and find a new joke to work with.
You folks have certainly delivered some good laughs to readers here.
I hope you are not annoyed by our silliness-- It was nothing personal and not aimed at you at all. I think we were just trying to match London Girl's pun.
I think it was a very cute and original insult by your brother.
I seem to have hit this forum thread just as it reached full term!
Yes I think it's time to see the next section
That was just kind of bizzare in my opinion sorry doesnt seem to really flow right,
What? the section? the See section? the C section.-- read between the lines. The waters will break and it will all become an (heir) apparent.
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