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Another Time Mike’s Joke Counted, But Didn’t the Myth

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Mike was known for his witty sense of humor and his ability to make people laugh. He had a knack for telling jokes that would leave everyone in stitches. One day, he decided to test out a new joke that he had come up with.

As Mike began to tell his joke, he noticed that everyone in the room seemed to be captivated by his words. The room was filled with laughter and smiles, and it seemed like his joke was a hit. However, as the laughter died down, Mike couldn’t help but feel a sense of disappointment.

He had told this joke before, and it had always received a much bigger reaction. He couldn’t understand why this time it hadn’t landed as well. Mike started to wonder if maybe the myth was true – that jokes are only funny the first time you hear them.

But then, as he looked around the room, he noticed that some people were still chuckling to themselves. They were quietly repeating the punchline and giggling to each other. It was then that Mike realized that his joke had indeed been a success, even if the initial reaction wasn’t as explosive as he had hoped.

It’s true that jokes can lose their impact after repeated exposure, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still be funny. Sometimes, it’s the subtle humor that takes a moment to sink in and truly appreciate. Mike learned that just because a joke doesn’t get an immediate uproarious response, it doesn’t mean it’s not funny.

So, the myth may say that jokes are only funny the first time, but Mike’s experience proved otherwise. Sometimes, a joke can still count even if the initial laughter isn’t as loud as expected.

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