I remember seeing making a joke about anne frankly neither do I. I feel like someone from lamebook saw that here and then tried to make a funny status out of it. (not saying it’s not old or unpopular) just seems like someone tried really hard to make a joke and it didn’t work.
I’d like to inject Jack J’s veins with a syringe full of air, and then watch him die from a massive air embolism for being the most unfunny cock I’ve seen on here of late. “Camp you see I’m trying to read?” Seriously, twat, you have to go.
Really, people? Holocaust jokes? Not only has it been done, it’s in bad taste, along with dead baby jokes. The anguish and torture and murder of millions of people isn’t funny. God what is wrong with this generation? We get more offended when someone doesn’t accept a friend request on facebook than we do about death jokes. Grow up, everyone.
#13 Seriously, I can’t agree with you more. It horrifies me to think people find these “jokes” amusing. This is recent history. There are still people around who were in these camps who witnessed the murders of their own mothers, fathers, and siblings. Little kids stood in lines and watched their parents being led to their deaths. This is funny? Open a history book, go to a holocaust museum, talk to someone whose entire life was scarred by this horror and then sit your ignorant self at a computer and find something else to do. Pathetic.
#13 Really, there aren’t that many holocaust survivors left.
#17 Seriously, not an awful lot of little children watched their parents being led to their deaths. Most of them where exterminated shortly after their arrival. Get you facts right.
#20 When I was a kid my great-grandmother used to tell me how her mother was ripped from her side and taken to her death, screaming her name the whole way….she tried running back once and got a belt on the side of her head for her efforts. Many children were spared at the camp, only to be used for experimentation purposes; especially if they were twins. My great-grandmother’s two friends are still living in New York, they were in the camp with her the whole time. My great-grandmother never got over the memory of her mother being grabbed from her….as those facts checked enough for you asshole?
#27 No not really, you are not allowed to use the word fact here. You should use fistification instead, Imamofo said so.
A belt to the side of the head is not very painful, I think. Maybe you meant to say that your, death, great-grandma was hit on the side of the head by a german (I assume) belt buckle. Small details, big impact. Get you fistifications right, you worthless piece of female genitalia.
#27 is it “as those fistifications” or “are those fistifications”?
English is quite tricky for us Germans. Stomabeutel, translates to colostomy bag from which, for all I care, Tammy could take a big long gulp.
yes the Holocaust was terrible, yes this war was terrible, that genocide was terrible, people are terrible, etc.etc.etc. If we are not allowed to make fun of the insanely sick and perverted reprehensible acts of humanity, then there will be a lot less laughter in the world. Also, probably fewer lamebook posts.
While I very much agree and find Holocaust jokes to be reprehensible, I reread your comment four times because I expected there to be some kind of pun.
I’m either a very paranoid person or I’ve been reading lamebook for FAR too long.
I feel that if we make fun of the horrors of this world that we will cease to grasp the severity of it, or to honor and respect those suffering. Blowing it off and mocking it leads to apathy and this world needs a lot more empathy. I had relatives that suffered and died in concentration camps, and even if I didn’t, it’s not funny. There are other things in this world to laugh at and bring joy. The systematic murder of over 6 million people isn’t one of them.
Wow. You guys need to lighten up. It’s lamebook….home if funny stuff….and I don’t care how old that joke is, its pretty frickin funny!!! If you know something might offend you here, don’t come!! There’s an idea.