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Credo in Laughter MAG
I believe laughter is the only medicine.
I believe a pun can be fun.
I believe anything can be ironic.
I believe in witty comebacks.
I believe one-liners are better than four- or
I believe a jibe is better than a jab.
I believe in mocking any and everything.
I believe in being a smart donkey.
I believe the line above does not really refer to an animal.
I believe the only time to cry is when you laugh really hard.
I believe comedians can be more popular
I believe a cartoon about nothing can run for 200+ shows.
I believe jokes do not travel well.
I believe most of all that humor is the spice