I've been thinking a lot about humor lately. Because, let's face it, we're in a comedy drought.
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OK? Jeez, this is a tough room.
As I was saying, there isn't much to laugh at these days. Politics, terrorists, United Airlines, gun violence...and don't EVEN get me started about your state's BATHROOM BILL. There's nothing funny there. Move along, please.
Comedians...that's where we'll turn to get our laughs! Right?
Did you see Kathy Griffin's wildly inappropriate impersonation of a Trump jihadist? How'd that work out?
So, when I'm not listening to the voices in my head, I just make my own humor.
I'm in the Express Lane with ONE item: a jar of Light Mayonnaise (don't ask).
20-Something-Checker: "That'll be $3.49. You want a bag for that?
Bob: "No thanks. I'll eat it here."
THANK YOU! I'M HERE ALL WEEK. CATCH MY NEXT SHOW IN THE FROZEN FOOD AISLE.
Or this gem.
Charlotte and I attended a wedding in rural Texas. We booked a room at the hotel so we wouldn't have to drive home after the reception.
The next morning one of the other wedding guests asked, "How'd you like your room?"
Bob: "It was great. Especially the turn-down service."
Other guest (scratching head): "You got turn-down service? I didn't know they did that."
Bob: "Well, all I know is that someone left a can of Copenhagen on my pillow and a bottle of Mountain Dew on the night stand. I thought it was turn-down service."
You're welcome, America.
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