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Each person has their own unique way of treating other people, and there's no wrong or right way to do it. However, it's generally considered to be selfish to act this way, and it can be a problem when someone else does the same thing. In contrast, it's generally considered to be polite and considerate to act this way, and it can be a virtue when done properly. These jokes suggest that behaving in this way can be confusing, and that it's not always easy to determine when it's ok to do this and

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Question: Come up with multiple funny jokes that says you must've forgot to treat others how you want to be treated so that's being selfish and it's ok when you do it and it's problem when i do it? What about birds of a feather flock together?

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Here are a few funny jokes that relate to those sayings: - Did you hear about the selfish magician? He only had one trick: making all the attention disappear except for his own. - Why did the selfish person cross the road? To get to the mirror on the other side. - Why did the selfish grape go on a diet? So it wouldn't have to share the bunch with anyone else. - Birds of a feather may flock together, but no one wants to be around the bird that hogs all the birdseed. - Treat others how you want to be treated, unless what you want is the last slice of pizza. Then it's every person for themselves!

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March 13, 2023, 6:17 a.m.

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Published: Monday, March 13, 2023

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