May 19, 2008 | By Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz, RedEye Friends Jordan Smith and Glen Shikunov were raised knowing racism is bad. They understand the danger of prejudice. As students at Loyola University, they are part of a diverse student body that lives and learns in Rogers Park, one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the city. Yet Smith, a 20-year-old of Korean descent, and Shikunov, a 21-year-old with Russian ancestry, admit that despite their egalitarian values, bias occasionally rears its ugly head.
But in later age women tend to become funnier because they feel freer to not be seen as ladylike. She said humour, including teasing, was a mix of 'bonding and biting' and women often use humour to form social bonds with their friends while men often use humour to vent frustration.
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Peut-on faire l'amour avec les zygomatiques?