If you know where I was taken, then click the title and comment, please!
The jokes on me so there you are.
You took me, and not in a car,
Not in bus but for me, fuss;
You could have me'd were it not us.
The opposite, were I to stop my goof;
I'd be aloof.
'Were you taken in a hot-air balloon?'
'No, I was not.'
'Were you taken in a yellowish submarine?'
'That is also not what I was taken in. Now I'm going to stand over there.'
Riddle Answer A Fool
you took me, and not in a car, not in a bus for me - to take someone for a fool.
you could have me'd were it not us - you could've fooled me.
the opposite, were I to stop my goof; I'd be aloof - a fool, opposite in behaviour and spelling.