Hidden amongst the serious, definitive posts found on WikiAnswers.com is a little thing we like to call On the Lighter Side. While humor in some forms can be considered minor (or major!) vandalism, many of our site’s best contributors like to inject a bit of lightheartedness into their posts. To ensure that readers understand that the vivacious answers are not meant to be harmful, rude or belittling, they appropriately label them “On the Lighter Side.” This has created a world of fun for those of us who like to peruse the underground >>bah ha ha<< on WikiAnswers.com.
Here’s a sampling of some of the chucklers from On the Lighter Side:
What is a creep meter?
A creep meter is not a tool used by girls at bars to see if you are a suitable date!
Wink at them and ask them if they would like to see your pickle!
They used to, but some fella’ named Sanders took em’ all and made a fortune selling them – even bought an honorary military title with the earnings.
A holy man, who walks barefoot all his life, eats little and may suffer from a frail body and bad breath, could be called a “super calloused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis!”
Is she the Wicked Witch of the West? Throw water on her. Warning: Do not try this at home. Serious back injuries may occur as a result of repeatedly sleeping on the couch.
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