Despairing

We characterize despairing as « a bleak perspective, particularly when routine or delayed; sorrow. » for instance, consider Charlie Brown lying on the pitching hill subsequent to getting bored with yet a different line drive.

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How do you call a boat without a rope? « Boat! »
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Why is our nose right in the middle of our face? Well, it is the scenter.
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When Chuck Norris enters the room, even the chairs are standing up.
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Chuck Norris ordered a Big Mac at a Burger King. He got it without a single remark.
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Chuck Norris doesn’t ever call the wrong number. You just answer the wrong phone.
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Chuck is able to slam a revolving door. they can…
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