Just kidding

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I'm afraid I have some bad news.


Your house is about to catch fire.


Just kidding.





"Just kidding" is a phrase used by a large variety of people, from insecure high school girls to master pranksters after a successful hoax. Its usage and meaning can vary subtly, but the phrase generally is used to indicate that what you just said is a lie or a joke. Also, if you have ever said the phrase, God automatically takes 5 years off your life.

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Just kidding.

Origins

The phrase "just kidding" is generally believed to have been invented by Oscar Wilde as a baby. The first words ever spoken by the child were "just kidding," which were heard by FBI agents. Convinced that the baby was a genius, they performed numerous tests on it, genetically modified it, and have complete control over Oscar Wilde via a radio in their head.


Naw, I'm just kidding about all that, Oscar Wilde.

Examples

Benstein

This is what you look like to other people................... Just kidding.

Here are some examples of the usage of the phrase:


“Dude, I borrowed your dad's Porsche for a ride, I kinda banged it up... Um, uh... Just kidding!”
~ Your friend, realizing that telling the truth isn't so smart.


“Where's Fred, you ask? Oh, I thought I saw him down in the cafeteria... OH NEVERMIND, he's in the bathroom, JUST KIDDING!!”
~ An insecure schoolgirl, trying in vain to answer a simple question.


Al Gore has won the presidency. Just kidding!!”
~ Fox News, during the 2000 elections.


“Watch where you swings at me. Just kidding, thanks!”
~ Grordon Freechman's fellow scientist cow-orker Jimm


“Just kidding.”
~ God after he temporarily made women vanish.


By the way, I wasn't kidding when I said God takes 5 years off your life for saying the phrase.


Just kidding.

Classic Pranks

-1000Points

Just kidding.

Here are some classic examples of the phrase "just kidding" used in conjunction with a prank:


  • I slept with your mom last night. Just kidding!
  • I accidentally told the police where you keep your weed. Just kidding!
  • Dude, I was playing with matches and I set your house on fire. I am not kidding.
  • No really, I'm just kidding.
  • Click me!


Oh, just to let you know, there's an alien living in your stomach. Just kidding! No, actually, I was kidding about the "just kidding" part. You really do have an alien in your stomach. Hey, don't worry, you really don't, I'm just messing with you. No, just kidding! There truly is an alien in your stomach. Actually there technically isn't, because he ate your stomach already.

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