“Fishing segment on live tv goes horribly wrong”
More like hilariously wrong 😂
And so damn refreshing!
I’d rather see this 8 days a week & twice on Sunday – than the propaganda that comes out of 99% of the American mainstream media. The Canadian one isn’t too far behind them either ..
Thanks for the laughs Australia😊
I’m definitely passing on the next Just For Laughs Festival.
How ’bout you?
A plan for every man
Who lives on earth
An invisible prison
Trapped since birth
The strings aren’t seen
By the naked eye
Struggle every day
Tryin’ to get by
Go to work
Pay the bills
Just enough for basics
Not enough for frills
Workin’ for decades
Need a chance to chill
A constant climb
Can’t stand still
A matter of will
Gotta dig outta this rut
Keep going no matter what.
Well the title is pretty self-explantory isn’t it? Thanks for the chuckles, great for the Soul 😉 On a side note, he makes a great point – albeit a bit worrisome – with one of the later comparisons, after those polls 🤔 I’m gonna guess that’s not coming from those who were born before we had the Internet, but where born into it.🤣
The Lunduke Show
Bill Burr’s ‘How I Walked Away from Religion’
I know the quality is meh, but the audio works just fine 😉
#WalkAway from the ties you bind yourself with!
Thank you Jordan Sather (Destroying the Illusion) for enlightening me about the excellent trending hashtag #WalkAway 🐾
Mr. Val Patterson’s life motto was, as he wrote in his own obituary:
“Anything for a laugh.”
At first, his obit starts off rather typically, listing what he enjoyed most in life. But the laugh comes in when he simply can’t keep the good guy act up anymore. As he went to his grave, he found the deep need to confess his life’s crimes. Patterson was a downright thief, on multiple counts. Only his ploys weren’t all about diamonds or rare paintings.
“As it turns out,” he writes, “I AM the guy who stole the safe from the Motor View Drive Inn back in June, 1971. I could have left that unsaid, but I wanted to get it off my chest. Also, I really am NOT a Ph.D.” In fact, Mr. Patterson never actually graduated college. A clerical error resulted in not only a college diploma, but also an unearned Ph.D.
He adds, “I never did learn what the letters ‘PhD’ even stood for.”
Thankfully, he didn’t receive a Ph.D for medicine, or a lot more people would have written their own obituaries by now, but he did work as a professional electrical engineer. Oh, & that’s not all. Just to spite a “mean park ranger,” the man rolled rocks on top of a geyser to ruin the ranger’s day.
Patterson also admits to being banned from both Disneyland & SeaWorld, but gives no reason why.
What a life!
Source: Most hilarious obituaries of all time on Grunge