I still call people “Vern” and make fart jokes. No? Just me?
Lol, yeah I always tell my wife I should be comedy writer. We know a semi famous comedian around here and I make him laugh. My wife not so much lololol…the only thing that makes her lose it is our grandkidsHuh I’m not sayin’ nuttin’ evoking my right to not say anything stupid that might incriminate my stupidity. Or anything idiotic exposing my idiocy. Cover all the bases. Wait???
I can honestly say I’m the funniest person I know- I crack me up all the time. I guess no accounting for taste. On the positive if deserted on an island I’ve got entertainment covered.
That could have been me who wrote what you did!!!I tend to find humor in a lot of things because life can be pretty funny. Often times it can be inappropriate or somewhat twisted, though.
I suppose that qualifies as an "idiotic sense of humor".
My parents were both British. I grew up watching Benny Hill and Dame Edna with my grandma. I always loved Billy Connolly's brand of storytelling humour. Now, I watch YouTube videos of Peter Kay, Jimmy Carr and Gary Delaney who all make me howl. I prefer wit and cheekiness over slapstick and fart jokes.
That could have been me who wrote what you did!!!
I find most things funny because if I don't I'll just start crying over some of the stupidity I see every day.
Since we're mentioning comedians, one of my favorites is Steven Wright. For those not familiar with him, he has a deadpan, droll/dry/absurd sense of humor. The one I really enjoy is:
"I went to a bookstore and asked the clerk where the self-help books are. She said, 'I could tell you, but that would defeat the purpose.'"