And now for something completely different…….

You couldn’t make it up.

Most of the public, myself included, find this a charming idiosyncrasy.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-24907190

This is what Glasgow City counsellors had time and money to discuss. Boggles the mind.

What A Laugh! Or, Not.

Is there such a thing as differences in humour between cultures? I’m asking because I have noticed that there might be. I may have to stop making certain comments that suggest, to me, that I am highly amused but may, in fact, seem facetious. It also works in reverse. Has anyone else noticed possible discrepancies? And, if so, any particular reasons why?

I don’t want to start a debate about this but I am genuinely curious. Is it down to cultures or just personalities? Is it modesty? Is it …shit….I don’t know what.

This could make a significant difference in the comments we all make.

I will not tell, at this point, what amuses me in comment but I would like to avoid offense! Both giving and receiving. Just askin’. 🙂 x