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What are the various forms of playfulness, and which ones do you enjoy most?

Asked by wundayatta (58693points) November 25th, 2008

I’m afraid there are no details, but I feel honorbound to put something here, so it’ll look like this is a sophisticated question…. or something. In fact, it is a sophisticated question. When placed before a panel of ordinary housewives (you didn’t know people still married houses, did you?) four out of five preferred this question to all other questions, even though it had no details.

There. Paragraph two. That should be sufficient, don’t you think? Yes, a two-paragraph details. Not too much. Not too little. And aesthetically, it is pleasing, too. Although, this paragraph is still unbalanced compared to the first, and should be padded. Yeah. In case you didn’t get it, I really enjoy absurdity and mocking! Though contrary to popular belief, daloon is not a bird! And wordplay.

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jessturtle23's avatar

“The birds seem to be calling my name”, thought Caw.

Likeradar's avatar

Gentle, non-offensive teasing. My guy is great at it and it’s one of the things that first attracted me to him.

poofandmook's avatar

I like witty banter, especially if it’s potty humor. I’m sorry, but I love it.

augustlan's avatar

Nice teasing is good, with the occasional pillow fight or tickle session thrown in. My husband and I have these Nerf guns that shoot suction cup darts. We got them to use with the cats as a form of non-painful correction in training, but every now and again, when the urge strikes one of us will start a full out dart war with the other. Being silly is good for the soul!

MissAnthrope's avatar

Good-natured teasing and giving someone a hard time. Sarcasm can be so much more than nastiness.. you can craft alternate realities and characters based off it. I have no idea if that makes any sense. :P

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