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"Words, in their primary or immediate signification, stand for nothing but the ideas in the mind of him who uses them." John Locke (1632-1704)

Some of the ideas and concepts expressed have come from our experiences, friends, the Internet, TV, books, and chiefly (A Johnny Carson Indian Tribe joke?) from our interplay with each other.  When we know that someone else has previously used an idea, we have given credit where credit is due. (How much does credit do?)  What we hope you'll see is that DoubleTakes are all around you. Or as Ronald Reagan told Virginia Mayo in The Girl From Jones' Beach, "It's tuff leading a double language."  Thanks Ronnie.

AN INTERESTING DT FOOT(inthemouth)NOTE: Virginia Mayo was born Virginia Jones (Jones' Beach).

Hold on to your socks (Laff-Inn - a place for comedians to stay?), here we show with the go...

Soccer laurel and Hardy
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Soccer Laurel and Hardy
SPECIAL NOTE: DT USES SOME SPORTS NAMES TO CATEGORIZE SOME TYPES OF DOUBLETAKE™ HUMOR, BUT NO GREAT KNOWLEDGE OF SPORTS IS REALLY NEEDED TO UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPTS. NO SPORTS FIGURES WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS WEBSITE.

DAVID's LETTER  MEN™

Acronyms and Wackronyms™ Acronyms
Anagrams and Grammys

Word plays that involve individual letters

HITS AND MISSES ...
or MITS AND HISSES

Singles (Bar None)
Reverses (and Verses)
Doubles (Bag Word Connections
Double Reverses
Triples (Tripppling Write Along)
Triple Reverses (Flipped Out Harps)


Words that spell in either direction, forwords and backwords

HOMERS ... & OTHER WAYS TO SCORE

Hysterical History
Spooners ... and Ways to Feed a Baby
Won Liners
Grand Slammers
Gold"wyners" - Goldy Locks and Bagels
Frost's Crosses and Frost Burns

Phrase plays that include a DoubleTake™ joke

JC STORY:
For those too young to remember, Johnny Carson would mention the Indian tribe, the F@#%awis. Johnny would then go on to explain how everyone knew they were lost: they were seen wandering around muttering "Where the f@#%awi?"

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