Particularly intoxicating alcholic beverage composed of red Aftershock and Absinthe. Mixed together in equal parts, the face-numbing, psychoactive brew is surprisingly easy to drink and thought to have been the inspiration for the beverage Dr Jeckyll knocks back to turn him into Mr Hyde.
"Sorry for running about the house naked last night, jumping through the hedge, havering rubbish and repeatedly testing walls to see if they could take my weight, but I was on the old Mind Mangler again."
Fiend who, upon noticing that a pal of normally superior intelligence is now on their cognitive level, or even just below, due to extreme intoxication, takes advantage of the situation to try to win an argument that he would otherwise lose if said friend was thinking clearly.
"Stuart, I never lost that argument last night when I was buckled. You're just a sad old brain rapist!"
Bell's Jokes Law states that the potential funniness of a joke is inversely proportional to its length.
Thus, long jokes, with excruciatingly long build-ups and high expectations rarely generate belly laughs, whilst short ones can easily take you by surprise and induce spontaneous mirth.
Long joke: An Scotsman, a trout, two donkeys and a nun went blah, blah, blah, blah...... blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah...... blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah and do you know what the nun said?
Get trout of my house and take your key Dons with you. :O/
Short joke: What should you do if you find a trumpet growing in your garden?
Root it oot! :O)
Man - 'Hey, those two jokes just demonstrated Bell's Jokes Law!'