An Analogy, A Perscription
British humor is like fine red wine. You may get a headache every now and again, but it’s extremely good for your heart.
C’mon. A stop-motion claymation-hamster lamenting in monotone about his inability to “throw pies at the fat lady” or “jump into the small bucket” when discussing why circuses aren’t for him? Hilarious. Anyone who thinks otherwise is extremely maladjusted, and probably needs psychiatric intervention.
Similarly, anyone who doesn’t believe “banging coconuts together” to imitate a trotting horse is ingenious and riotously amusing could do with a strong smack upside the head.
Laughter is, after all, the best medicine.
... and everybody loves some slap-stick.
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