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Don't make jokes about peoples names

September 27th, 2012
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Jokes get old. Hear one repeatedly and it stops being funny. Most of the time if you come up with a joke, if you haven't heard it before then the people around you probably haven't either. When you think of a joke to tell someone based on their name, however, there's a good chance you're not the first. If a name just seems to suggest puns, you should probably ignore the suggestions.

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