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  1. It really sucks when posts appear without a title.
    P.S. Even worse would be appearing with a title, but with an inanely incongruous comment like this one. 😉

  2. I have a blue hat but my pee is not blue.

    That was my first thought.

    Not even when I’m wearing it when I pee.

    That was my second thought.

  3. “I have a blue hat but my pee is not blue.”

    but if you were a leprechaun, it might be green, regardless of what kind of hat you decided to wear.

  4. “but if you were a leprechaun, it might be green, regardless of what kind of hat you decided to wear.”

    but if you were a leprechaun your pee might be purple. That leprechauns are associated with green is no reason to think their pee will be green.

    While we’re at it just because one *can* hypnotize people against their will is no reason that one *would* hypnotize a prosecuting lawyer at your trial.

    These jokes are immediate impression jokes so it doesn’t serve much purpose to analyze them. On the other hand these jokes don’t stand up to analysis so there’s no point in trying to counter the analysis the validly points out an error. There *is* nothing folkloric at all to suggest that leprechauns bodily fluids are green so the analysis, although purposeless, is valid.

  5. I like the points woozy makes in his last paragraph. They’re applicable to many of our discussions.

  6. I have heard that if you drink a lot of the typical green beer that is sold on St. Patrick’s Day in Boston, you will pee green the next day.

  7. Maybe leprechauns are like lobsters and Vulcans, with hemocyanin instead of hemoglobin. Yeah, yeah, I know, pee stll wouldn’t be green! (Pea green?)

  8. “I have heard that if you drink a lot of the typical green beer that is sold on St. Patrick’s Day in Boston, you will pee green the next day.”

    Well….. true… but for the sake of the joke it’s unlikely to be *that* noticible in a pool. I guess the joke’s just what it is. (I sort of like how they are in the 1 ft end).

    Because I’m *that* sort of person and other people here are too I’m going to (smugly) point out the obvious and completely irrelevant fact that until the late 19th century leprechauns didn’t wear green, they wore scarlet. So maybe the pee should be red.

    Now I fully expect to hear the obvious response leprechauns have never worn anything because they never existed. To which I will make the lame joke about the inappropriate fairy tales *you* grew up with full of stark naked imaginary creatures….

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