hehe. fun. and yeah that is what comedy seems these days...smiles.
Seems like most do their comedy blue these days. It takes a REAL talent to funny without. I like 'em all. My 55 is HERE .
So happy for the weekend! This is fun.
You Like Craig Ferguson?Carnegie Hall is a Milestone...Excellent 55 My Dear...Thanks for playing, thanks for visiting, and have a Kick Ass Week-End...G
I don't care if they swear or not.
If one makes it to Carnegie Hall, then they have indeed made it. But, yes, there are no Red Skeleton's or Bob Hope's out there in today's comedy land. One must swear nowadays to be considered funny. I guess.
to laugh is divine!
It's like a 55 biography.
Brilliant f*cking post!(Thought I'd see if swearing helped)
Laughter, the besttherapy... I agree times fly when you are having fun...Liked this one and also the title of you blog...;)
Yep, it does. There must be something about irreverence that tickles the funny bone. Makes you wonder. Nice 55.
I don't think I have what it takes to be so expressive in 55 words - my pieces usually run from 600 to 1,100 words, and they're nowhere near as funny or provocative - so I'll just sit here and remain quietly enthralled by your ability with a pen.
I dig CF...and happy he made it to Carnegie Hall...I have a friend who is a comic and he doesn't use f..en bad language but admits it's hard.
LOL! Isnt that the truth!
Interesting how that works in this society. --- Is it just like that in America? I wonder if other country have the same dilemma with humor?Nice and truthful 55er,cheers,joanny
yes yes yes I like your choise of words & your life blues!agneta, the swedish one ;)
I think it takes more talent to be funny using PG language, but CF is a riot!
Beautiful!!Love your banner, and oh that Iroquois blessing! Just perfect. Thank you!
I watch his show every morning (I record.) I'd love to see him live.
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