Hello, Dalai — or, how not to tell a joke

I have to give this Aussie anchor props for having the honesty and nerve to reveal to his audience that he is, in fact, a doofus.

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3 responses to “Hello, Dalai — or, how not to tell a joke”

  1. Actually it’s a pretty good joke if you don’t have a bit of a language barrier.

    Reminds me of the one about RenĂ© Descartes at the cocktail party. The host goes up to him and says, “Can I get you another drink, RenĂ©?” Descartes replies, “I think not,” and passes out of existence.

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