However, the inside joke can backfire. In one instance, two people can have an inside joke, and a third person finds out about said joke. Then, the third person find it even MORE funny than either of the two who formed in the first place. Truly annoying.
I have about 100 or more inside jokes formed between me and one particular friend alone. We even have an inside joke about how someday every word we say is going to be an inside joke. Which, someday, may occur.
Group of friends: BUNNIES ON THE CEILING! AHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
Random person: What?
*inside joke is explained*
Random person: Oh. Well, uh, that's not THAT funny.
Group of friends: Yes it is! AHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
Random person: Uh, ok... *backs away slowly*
Something Urban Dictionary really seems to hate. Seriously, I can understand removing definitions with people's full names in them, because that can be used to track people. But inside jokes? Really? They aren't all THAT bad, at least compared to all the racist, sexist, offensive shit on this site. But scroll down to the "Remove" button. Full names and inside jokes are THE ONLY 2 reasons to remove definitions, nothing else. What the fuck.
*Joke is explained*
Guy: I still don't see why it's THIS funny...
Group: Are you kidding!? Hahahhahaha!!!
Everyone: Why does this site hate inside jokes to the point of deleting them and nothing that is actually worth the time of deleting?
Jayne: What? That's not even funny!
Katie: It's an inside joke.
Multiple people: AHHH HA HA HA HA HA HA HA! oh gahh that was funny.
Victor: i don't get it.
Me: Inside joke.
see? if i said that you wouldnt get it, but my friends would