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Submitted by Wiiloveit 716d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Johnny Kung Fu - 3DS Download Review

"A group of friends are gathered by a set of lockers when one of them turns and asks to share a joke. An entertaining story is told with a hint of satire and the odd pop culture reference before the actual "joke" part comes into full view. The punch line is delivered and everyone gets it immediately; their laughter-filled echoes are heard throughout the hall. Before they can catch their breath, a mutual friend, who happened to be listening from the opposite end, walks over and also asks to share a joke they've been saving (or so they say). Not a minute into it, the group turns silent, not out of respect, but out of dismissal over the near-identical nature of the story. Come time for the punch line and they all force out a chuckle so as not to make the situation any more awkward than it already is. Even if the delivery was different, there's nothing funny about hearing the same creative joke from someone who not only didn't come up with it, but did an inferior job of piecing it together." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Johnny Kung-Fu) 53/100

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