A joke debate
Debate Rounds (2)
Guess round one.
Why didn't the sceliton cross the road?
My opponent makes a huge spelling error in round 1. I believe he means to say "Skeleton" rather than "sceliton". That said, the answer to his question is simple: The skeleton does not have any guts. The joke is a pun.
My joke: Your mother is so fat that when God said "Let there be light!", he asked your mother to move out of the way.
Thank you for reading, have a nice day.
Yes I see the spelling error sorry about that.
My next joke:
Your mama is so stupid that she stole free bread.
My opponent's joke
Your joke does not make any sense. By definition, stealing is: "to take (something that does not belong to you) in a way that is wrong or illegal".  If the bread was free, it would not be illegal to take it. Thus, the joke itself is illogical and un-funny.
Astronaut booty call: "I'd like to see what's under your Kuiper Belt"
My opponent's jokes have been very weak and unfunny. Although it is technically subjective, most will find my jokes funnier that my opponent's and as a result will choose to vote for me. Remember, if you thought my jokes were funnier or "Less terrible" than Pro then you should vote Con.
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Vote Placed by AlternativeDavid 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: S&G goes to Con because of the glaring typo made by Pro in round one. Con also gets Arguments because he pointed out the flaws in Pro's jokes, and then went on to make vastly superior ones himself.
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