Another one of my inventions STOLEN, the cricket sound generator.

cricket sound generator Another one of my inventions STOLEN, the cricket sound generator.

There was nothing funnier to me than having the ability to make cricket sounds whenever I told a joke that completely tanked in a room full of people. It’s the fail safe rescue for any awkward moment. It’s a fail-safe, you are a guaranteed laughs when you whip one of these bad boys out. I am quite annoyed that I invented this a decade ago and someone is ripping me off now.

I can only hope that karma will kick in and the inventor is going to be eaten by a pack of locusts.

I said locusts.

*plays the cricket keychain.

Get your own joke saver here, but try to steal it if you can.

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