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Every great book breaths this spirit of love for the fate of individuals at odds with the forms the community tries to impose on them.
john baker, June 14th, 2009. 7 comments. Filed under art, humour.
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Q: How many Surrealists does it take to change a light bulb?
I seem to recall this won some competition for the most esoteric joke in existence. Anyway, it’s always amused me. Love the cartoon by the way.
jb says: It’s good to laugh, Jim.
ha! surrealist plumber, ay? I don’t suppose he ever did anyone any good.
jb says: Hi Becca. An anti-plumber; it’s something to be.
That was quiet in enjoyable. Nothing like the surreal
Thanks for the laugh 😀
I have just come across this site and really loved having a good laugh there is nothing better to lift ones spirit, after a long week at the office this is just what is need.
Thanks for the smiles.
Surrealists jokes seem to be the funniest of them all. Very very nice joke. I liked Jim’s too! That was the first comment.
I have just come across this site and it has great content, information and is interesting.
Your site is really fun, and something completely different to any thing that I have come across before, look forward to paging through.
Just wanted to say thanks for the laugh, I really needed that today:)
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