I didn’t realize the difference between humor and comedy until I read this helpful article by Jean Wilund on Almost an Author. I see the difference this way. When I do a pratfall on a slick spot in the driveway, that’s humor. I didn’t intend to do the action to make people laugh. If my… Continue Reading →
FThe focus for September is humor. So my prompts will hopefully tickle your funny bone. What’s so funny about this photo? Here’s my idea: Seven-year-old: That’s the craft kit I asked Santa for. But how come it’s in our basement? Five-year-old: Santa must have come early. The teddy bear I wanted is behind all the tubs of… Continue Reading →
This photo caught my attention because it reminded of the attitude my kids had when they had to attend the wedding of my husband’s cousin. They weren’t in the wedding party, which, I’m sure, would have made the experience much, much worse. Here’s my version of what’s so funny about this picture. Little sister: Mom lied… Continue Reading →
What’s so funny about this photo? My sister should be inspired by this one. She’s very good at reading her dog’s mind and telling us how her beagle-mix perceives us humans and the world around her.
What’s so funny about two flamingoes sitting down to a chat, aside from the facts that they don’t chat or sit in chairs? First Flamingo: You’re not serious. Second Flamingo: Absolutely. I’m sure our pink color comes from the shrimp we eat. First Flamingo: I don’t believe it. Second Flamingo: You will after I polish off a bag of… Continue Reading →