Tuesday, August 21, 2007

And then God smote me...

Me, laughing at life's misfortunes. Like Grant Miller does.

HA!

8 comments:

Huckleberry said...

Well, it is considerably less satisfying to laugh at life's fortunes, because frankly, such is just too damn obvious.
And makes one come off as pretentious...

kissyface said...

oh, Huck, go ahead and laugh at that too! Maybe double-laugh - one for the joy of it (I mean, what expressed greater gratitude than laughter, really?), and one for the nod to the fleeting...

And I think pretentious laughter is really only ever a snigger, and not really laughter at all.

You're a doll.

Citizen H said...

"(S)he who laughs in the face of adversity is probably hammered."

peteski said...
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S* said...

I often laugh at my misfortune and my fortune. Balance....

Came here via...Grizzbabe because of your Toni Morrison quote, then noticed that we enjoy a lot of the same books. Quite telling.

Grant Miller said...

If we couldn't laugh we'd all be crying.

Although I cry a lot still.

steve said...

" LAUGHTER IS THE BEST ANSWER TO ALL THAT IS STRANGE IN THIS WORLD"
STUBBS

UF Mike said...

Laughter is the best medicine provided you can't get your hands on any vicodin.