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      Jo Alexis-Hagues 5 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K

      Funny, made me smile, even though i didn't make a penny from my hub, for that you get my vote and I'm following you

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      johnwindbell 5 years ago from - the land of beards and buggies

      tobusiness, thanks for scrolling by and leaving word. Well of course I followed you, now I don't have anything to worry about. Right?

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      livelovelaugh5 5 years ago

      Wow, had a good laugh there! Thanks for sharing. Voted up!

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      Paradise7 5 years ago from Upstate New York

      They all cracked me up! Thanks! LOL.

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      Anne 4 years ago from Spain

      Hiya John. I saw a comment on someone else´s hub from you and checked you out. This hub made me laugh so much I have tears running down my face. I am British, so the railway sign and your input had me rolling about...specially as I know the joke that goes with it. If you don´t , here it is. An immigrant from Jamaica living in the UK is waiting for a tube train to take him home...an old lady see´s him standing too near the edge of the platform and worriedly explains " Son, if you stand too near the edge you´ll get sucked off" The Jamaicans eye´s widen, a huge smile appears on his face, and as he proudly thrusts his hips forward he say´s " Well come on train". You have to laugh. Great hub , Really really enjoyed it :)

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      johnwindbell 4 years ago from - the land of beards and buggies

      HiYa bac2basics, so happy to have turned you on. I heard the joke 3 years ago when I was in Scotland. Never really left. A week doesn't go by that I don't find myself back there, if not for a few nice seconds. I'd live in Edinburgh if I could afford it. There and Spain!

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