The most awkward jokes from The psychological trick behind getting 1 day ago   02:15

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The Conservative party conference took place in Birmingham this week and it brought with it strong words, dancing and some truly questionable jokes.

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Krisztián Kőrösi
Oh my days. This is embarrassing really.
Kismet Destiny
Some real zingers in there.
Britishness Learner
1:32 Phillip Hammond: "I'm an optimist".
Best joke ever 🤗
Embarrassed to be British? Dead right we are.
age defiant-hetero mundane- singular damsel
Seems like the same joke writers that work for the bbc
stacy skywatch
Ask him where all the footage is from the 322 attack on the London Bridge and while your at it ask him where all the footage is of the massive explosion at the Manchester Ariana Grande gig,, coming from Belfast you see we have a bit of experience in what real bombs sound like and what the aftermass looks like,, nothing real about either of those two events just like all their other staged drills across Europe to frighten the dumbed down general public into giving away their children's rights and freedoms ,, check out this site and you will find all the videos proving these hoaxes and which they the real terrorists took down from social media because they know these videos expose them,,
stacy skywatch
They are all a bunch of Jesuit controlled freemasonic sell outs,, The real government is of course the money printers like the Rothschild and co,, our whole system is rigged from the core to suit the few ruling elites at the very top all we the slaves get is actors and more actors all talking garbage all promising change when in reality they couldn't change anything because they themselves are just puppets following orders and reading scripts,, Borris J Saville Johnson
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