The No Family Rule is a clearly defined standard in joke telling. Passed down generation by generation from our forefathers who developed the oral story telling tradition after many an altercation resulted from poorly delivered witticisms. The rule states that “no person may, at the expense of a handicapped and/or health impaired third party, pass any humorous remark where such humour stems from said handicap and/or health impairment UNLESS the deliveror has a family member (no more than once removed) with that same handicap and/or health impairment”.
Dude, Jimmy just dropped a AIDS joke and I know for a fact he's got no family with the "slow puncture". Clear breach of the No Family Rule... uncool.
by ConcernedThirdParty October 21, 2013