Fri 4 Feb, 2022 02:41 pm
Riddle: There are two meanings. Have a fictional character in mind, that you know well, then come up with a joke about a sexual molestation, as yourself molested. It should have two answers, the character's identity being the bust, meaning they raped you.
Joke: This refers to an analysis of anything as a context about the person being gestured at, in a form of racism given anti-racist subject tone. The joke should analyze the material taken, as a criticism of the subject of the joke.
Jest: Take a remark, someone has said, then refer to a hand gesture, you make while playing a sport, that you know how to bet on. The jest should refer to an improper business course, if taken, hence the jest is a benefit to the investor in the sport (the bookie), not the player (the athlete).
Laugh: A laugh, is a reference to something that you have a lot of, but you don't appear to, because you are in the presence of someone you wish to take as a partner. This means, you are getting revenge, on a third party, that which you wish to acquire, alongside your mutual "firm" (the combination of interests, with you as boss, of course, and the other, as the holding partner, of the "stock", the food items for pantry, the concept of an IPO, among others).
Prank: This is how you take an individual's plaintiff powers away in court, particularly a state's witness of charge, by identifying a strength someone has to prosecute you, and forcing them to prosecute the prank, in court, not you, the culprit, hence you can act against them at a later time. This is a wedding entrapment's culprit, hence it cannot be used in court with a gay man, only with a man who isn't gay; unless you're also gay, then the prank is a civil suit's marital beacon, meaning you are covering a rape on a larcenous charge, a prison defense.
Jolly: A jolly is produced from taking a reference to a shamed cultural figure that you resemble and espousing a truth of the theory to how they were abused, but postured, as if they were guilty of the phrasing. Hence you have taken yourself and made yourself a leader. This is called a humdrum in other cultures, how you maneuver a lead's suspect off you.
Limerick: Take a rhyming scheme, of a metered length matching a known songstrel (the term of a famous minstrel ministration of hand and form, soliliquoy), and arrange the length to a set of musical octaves, with a rhyming sequence of matches, similars, equalities, similar equalities, and repetitions of any. Take an established meter, matching, and then rearrange it, to fit your rhymes. This way, you can take any noun of concrete, and place it into an adverb-modified noun abstract.