I hope I did not say anything to offend you
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lol... Nope, not offended... just the British sense of humour coming out there...
I remember a popular one at school. You'd have a friend sitting in the library reading a book or something, then grab a gullible kid and tell him "Go ask that guy how his sisters ballet dancing lessons are going"...
So the gullible kid comes over, says "how are your sisters ballet dancing lessons going" and your friend would reply "That's not funny, she's got no legs". The look on the gullible kids face would be priceless...
...although I can see how this sort of joke might not be for everyone...
I see things this way, Brit humor (I even would say Europeans humor) it's refine, not for everyone. Americans humor on the other hand it's simple, rude, obvious, a slam dunk.
We Europeans have a different education and we see the "F" word as offensive as it can be whereas Americans see it differently and are able to distinguish between the offensive and the remark.
Of course we are talking about middle age guys because young people nowadays in Europe are also able to use the "F" word in all types of conversations and being able to distinguish the tone that the word is being said.
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