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Unintentionally funny


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Do people find you unintentionally funny? If so, give an example.

I'm at my best friend's house helping him get set up for his wedding anniversary/Independence Day celebration.

He was listening to Rage Against the Machine a song named Down Rodeo. I used to listen to their music but haven't in years and the opening lyric is

"Yeah I'm rollin' down Rodeo with a shotgun
These people ain't seen a brown skin man
Since their grandparents bought one"

To which I blurted out "You know, it's probably the shotgun they're worried about a-hole not your brown skin"

Everyone stopped what they were doing because they were laughing too hard to work.
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Neur-D Missionary ☝️
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...set up for his wedding anniversary/Independence Day celebration.
(Now, there's a contradiction in terms... ;))


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Yes, people have been laughing at me constantly my whole life, and 10% of it has been intentional. I have no examples though.


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I recall being told I am funny, but usually am clueless as to why.

OTOH I see humor in things no one else gets.

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