Dumb things I hear said!
Warning: mentions of sex, cursing, (very rare) killing
I hope you find a laugh!! Feel free to check out the 2022 version!
She always had unifoms on her line, swaying in the breeze.
That Valentines Day moment we all dreaded in junior high...
This is a short funny story inspired by Mark Twain and his awesome humorous works.
Retelling the lamest joke from my friend at a bar.
P.S. Super lame but somehow we all laughed.
This collection of short stories will parody classic fairy tales.
Prince TWELVE is a silly, comedy/fantasy story following the story of a newbie, clumsy, yet kindhearted assassin in training, and his journey across the Cities of Day and Night, as he tries to settle his 100-year grudge.
Do I really need to introduce this? It's exactly what it sounds like. Out-of-Context quotes.
Just something to know before reading this, though: there's swearing, could be mentions of sex in the future, and other stuff that sounds cursed. So, if you don't want to see that...then don't read this.
Jeremy Haze wasn't a common thief, he was a professional shoplifter and was notorious for doing silly things by accident. But this time, he really screwed up.
Dorian Colson was the CEO of Shop Mart and was gay and single. He was doing one of those undercover jobs to make the chain stores better when something unexpected happened.
So this is just me being high on existing. Feel free to die of laughter if you find this shit funny.
Once upon a time, there was a debate between Mr. Mansyur and Mr. Haji Sarmili.
They were debating about a motorbike, and Mr. Mansyur asked Mr. Haji Sarmili, "Should I use my motorbike for ngojek?"
Mr. Haji Sarmili gave Mr. Mansyur advice to use his motorcycle for ojol. But Mas Mansyur insisted on using it for ojek pengkolan.
Then I came up for interrupting them, "Hey, what's up, what's wrong?" Haji Sarmili said, "He didn't listen to my advice to use his motorbike for ojol!"
I asked Mr. Mansyur, "Is that true?"
Mr. Mansyur replied, "Yes, I disagree with him!"
May I ask a question to you, Mr. Mansyur?
Mr. Mansyur replied, "Sure."
As far as I know, you are unemployed, right?
Mr. Mansyur replied, "Yes, it's almost been a year since I was unemployed."
So how do you buy a motorbike? I asked him.
Mr. Mansyur answered, "It's just my thought."
"I even don't know how to ride it." Mr.mansyur replied.
"Oh my God!" I shouted.
You guys almost hit each other because of a fantasy!
Note: In Indonesia, people usually use motorbikes for public transport, and we call them ojek pengkolan for offline ojek, and ojol for online ojek.