Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh
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Try this

An idea I like: if you hear a joke or part of a joke and don't get why it's funny, think of something that quietly amuses you. There. You're quietly amused. Helps keep you from worrying about what you may have missed.

Plenty in this world will amuse you. And -- it took me a while to grok this -- I DO NOT HAVE TO GET ALL THE JOKES.

(Let it go...let it go...)
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