Check it out - this one's a cracker ! (in Off-topic)

AdminG Beee August 15 2005 9:05 AM EDT

AdminShade August 15 2005 9:09 AM EDT

"Insert the semi biggest laugh you ever heard here"

Biscuitback August 15 2005 1:35 PM EDT

cb is

Synco August 15 2005 1:47 PM EDT

I can't tell what it says...

AdminG Beee August 15 2005 2:25 PM EDT

Leon, you're not meant to read it, you're meant to.... oh nvm.

I keep forgetting British humour doesn't travel across the pond very well.

Maelstrom August 15 2005 2:37 PM EDT

I don't get it either... and I normally get British humour.

What does a cracker have to do with CB?

QBJohnnywas August 15 2005 2:41 PM EDT


Humour's definitely not the universal language....

Wasp [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] August 15 2005 2:41 PM EDT


mchaos August 15 2005 3:03 PM EDT

I think it's a pun with "a cracker" meaning something like "a side-splitter". Of course I'm not remotely qualified to say, having spent exactly no time in GB.

maulaxe August 15 2005 3:28 PM EDT

the responses are as funny as the original...

Synco August 15 2005 3:31 PM EDT

Yeah, I don't get it...

Shark August 15 2005 4:51 PM EDT

requires 4 ounces of Chivas ( minimum ) before you can understand

Trillian August 15 2005 5:10 PM EDT


wouldn't go so far as to say it's the biggest laugh ever though...try harder Beee :P

NSFY August 15 2005 5:49 PM EDT

That's about as funny as the jokes that French-Canadian guy used to tell in CB1.

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] August 16 2005 7:53 AM EDT

Claire thought this was brilliant when she e-mailed it to me.

I think She used a Jacobs though...

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