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8 thoughts on “Comedy topics that don’t risk causing serious offence.

    1. it’s one of those ‘depends on which side of the atlantic you’re in / on’ ‘defense’ and ‘offense’ are americanisations of ‘defence’ and ‘offence’ [British English]

  1. I found this very offencive. As recompense to society, I think you should be arrested and handed a sentence equivalent to a serial paedophile rapist, because in the UK, that’s what happens.

    1. Leo – I am sorry. It was a joke. I didn’t mean to cause offence, or offense, or both, or neither. My sincere apologies and I will do a benefit show for you, of course.

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