Translated from Russian

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I am taking my dog to tweet. He’ll check other dog’s posts at every pole and will leave his comments.

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Not many people know that 1000 chameleons is a chabillion.

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The Internet paradox: it connects people who are far apart, and disconnects those who are close.

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We bought a cell phone for our TV set. We attached it to the remote control, so that we can call our TV when the remote is lost.

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Mary’s mom failed arithmetic. Actually, that is why Mary was born.

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Your call is very important to us. Please, hold. And in the meantime, to protect your health, our customer care team encourages you to drink a glass of water at least every two hours.

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Who is your favorite computer game character?
The stick from Tetris.

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Our new boss invited everyone to bring their keyboards to his office. He kept the employees who had worn letters and laid off the ones with worn arrows.

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My son will be a hacker. He started his career before he was born: he found a flaw in the condom.



  1. ano:

    Nice. Where are these translated from?

    BTW, when I try to view this page, I get a serious warning in my browser, warning that “this site contains content from, a site known to distribute malware”. I don’t know why!

  2. MP:

    Please never post jokes again.

  3. Paul:

    Yes. I am curious as well. When I try to visit this site, Chrome indicates that it has content from, which is apparently host to a bit of malicious software. Chrome’s reports further states that this started around March 23rd, 2011.

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