There's generally no problem. Personally I'd probably fit into Gareths
I like the conclusions he comes to though, particularly regarding
Don't be too surprised however if your funny content, rapidly goes off topic.
Do us a favour though and don't be posting long jokes that we've all
heard 5 - 10 years ago. Short snappy ones that we can relate to are
usually the best.
On 5/6/05, Kae Verens <kverens at webworks.ie> wrote:
> Gareth Eason wrote:
>> > Les Davis wrote:
> >> I'm just wondering is it bad manners on a mailing list like this to post
> >> a funny email. This one is very relevant to the type of discussions
> >> posted on this mailing list.
> >> Les
> <snip content="damned essay that could have been a simple 'nah - go
> ahead'" />
>> > P.S. The funny e-mail had better be quite comedy after the build up
> > you've given it ;-P
>> I read a rule somewhere that stated that the resulting funniness of a
> joke is inversely proportionate to the sum anticipation of said funniness.
>> Knock us out, Les.
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