A linguistic philosopher made the claim that there is no language in which a double positive implies a negative during a lecture.
To which someone responded, "Yeah, yeah."
An old man decides to look into a Nudist Colony
He is invited to try the one week trial period so he does.
On his first day he took off his clothes and started to wander around the area. A gorgeous petite blonde walks by, and the man immediately gets an erection.
The woman notices his erection, walks over to him and asks, "did you ...
I've had it with people reposting that joke that mistakenly implies that "plethora" means "a lot".
It's too much.
Our English teacher said that in English, using double negatives implies a positive, and in other languages, using double negatives implies a negative. But, in no languages does a double positive imply a negative.
I said, "Yeah, right."
There’s not going to be another World War. Calm down.
“World War” implies that America still has allies.
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The existence of Bicycles
Implies the existence of Homocycles and Heterocycles
Jokes are like frogs
Because if you dissect them, they die. Except to use the word "dissect" implies the frog or joke in question is already dead. The correct word choice would be "vivisect," which is the equivalent of a dissection, but with the animal (or joke) still alive. Much like a dissection, vivisections are u...