Funny or offensive? Tennis player Caroline Wozniacki accused of 'racist' impersonation of Serena Williams by stuffing bra and pants. Watch the video here: http://bit.ly/VAG0yc
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- Also who ever say life is boring without having joke/fun I would say that go spend your money and buy ticket for comedy movie or comedy show instead of moaning...Dec 11, 2012
- Well, blame the butterfly for the hurricane. But things are much more complex. - Humour is some sort of self defense to cope with this depressing, cruel world.
There's always someone that could be hurt, even if you choose your darling another person longing for your attention will condemn you and/or be suicidal.Dec 11, 2012
- Let me tell you this please, I do not blame the butterfly for the hurricane, anyway and as you are saying that what ever and who ever that someone will get hurt...etc...So you don't have fun over other people feeling/shoulder and as I have said above go spend your money and have fun watching comedy show/movie. Thanks.Dec 11, 2012
- And - only to pick up your (of course insufficient) suggestion - who will declare some comedy show/movie painproof? You? Your mother? A free church? A high Taliban? Miss Poppins?
Btw: You can blame the butterfly, it's the cause under special circumstances, says chaos theory, but it makes no sense. Rather study the circumstances instead of identifying a scapegoat.
It was nothing.Dec 11, 2012
- +Chaza Afandi It's called a British sense of humour. We've been laughing at ourselves for centuries. Unfortunately other nations/races don't see the funny side. But that's not going to stop us enjoying ourselvesDec 12, 2012
- Hi, may I say that I know British very well, I have been living in Edinburgh the last 20 years of my life. I was very young when I came to UK...Yes I have noticed that peoples do make joke on others, but not everyone does that! Also these kind of peoples are exists in every country every race every culture, they're not only in UK, They are everywhere. I personally call them selfish irrespective...And certainly Culture has nothing to do with it. Let me tell you this, in this week we have the Danish Tennis Player and the Australian DJ'S three of them have made silly joke and they're not British.
I believe it's to do with the Conscience. I hope I haven't annoyed anyone. Thanks.Dec 12, 2012