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Old July 24, 2009, 08:35 AM
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Buscas un diccionario meyor. Tacky significa pegajoso o barniz que no había secado todavía.
Ok, I got it and I'll.
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Nice both jokes, but only you failed you in the second joke, because I don't find sense in a stamp that goes around of the word and always stays in one place.


I believe that in that jokes the answer should to be a women.
well a stamp stays in one place - the corner of an envelope, right? it also travels around the world...because of mail. you get it now?
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Old July 24, 2009, 02:49 PM
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well a stamp stays in one place - the corner of an envelope, right? it also travels around the world...because of mail. you get it now?
Yes, I agree with it, but I don't find sense in the word, perhaps if the words is other word then it'll turn sound better.

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Bob, tendrías que cambiar el título del hilo. Vosotros no distinguís entre "chistes" y "bromas", todo es "joke".

Un chiste es como un cuento pequeñito que hace gracia.

Una broma es como una burla o un acto divertido (a veces). Por ejemplo, un amigo te deja un cubo de agua encima de la puerta entreabierta para que te caiga encima cuando empujes la puerta para entrar. Eso es una broma (a veces son de mal gusto...)

Y ahora un chiste:

Cómo mantener a un tonto ocupado
(lee abajo)

Cómo mantener a un tonto ocupado
(lee arriba)

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Old July 25, 2009, 02:09 AM
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Entonces las bromas significan pranks?


Cómo mantener a un tonto ocupado
(lee abajo)

Cómo mantener a un tonto ocupado
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Old July 25, 2009, 02:17 AM
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Entonces las bromas significan pranks?


Cómo mantener a un tonto ocupado
(lee abajo)

Cómo mantener a un tonto ocupado
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No lo sé seguro, no conocía esa palabra

¿Qué haces?, ¿me mantienes ocupada?
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Old July 25, 2009, 02:34 AM
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lo que dijiste me parece ser un "prank"



Ya debería dormir hace dos horas, buenos días a tí y buenas noches a mí
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¡Qué sonrisa más grande!

Sí, más que un chiste, es una broma (prank )

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