This must be what Al Capone felt like when he was brought up on tax evasion

I offended 2 friends with a joke that I made.

Okay. Fair enough. I was wrong. I thought it was innocent and they didn’t. I’m sorry, truly.

But there’s a part of my brain that’s like, “Wait, don’t be offended by that! I say so many other things that are much more offensive. Here, let me show you!” Because that part of my brain is broken and I am a weirdo.

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A former twentysomething with a head full of curls and heart full of questions wondering: when we get to nirvana, will there be food?
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4 Responses to This must be what Al Capone felt like when he was brought up on tax evasion

  1. Natalie says:

    I want to hear the joke. Don’t we need to have a lunch/dinner date some time soon?

    • J. says:

      Yes, but I’m telling you now, you’re going to be disappointed (in the joke). I think only the 2 of them could have been offended by it.

  2. Jamie Kornberg Phillips says:

    I really want to her the joke, but I also want to hear the MORE offensive stuff!

  3. J. says:

    Hahahaha. It was so tame! I wish it had been a better joke for the reaction that it got.

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