I don’t know what I’m doing right know, and why I’m writing in English, but let’s do it.
I saw that some of the few people that watch my blog, are from the United States of America ( wow, I’m honored, but I also think that you probably saw the wrong page: I don’t care, I love you the same).
For this reason I thought that it would be nice write an article in the right language for you all, so you could understand more.
This is the first experiment in English for my blog, and I’m a little bit nervous: sorry if I’ll wrong some words.
I’m a 24h sad guy, and today I want to talk about “Dark Humour”
I think that It’s easier to talk about death in some jokes. ( and even funnier)
Here some examples:
– “The Hunters“
Two hunters are out in the woods when one of them collapses. He doesn’t seem to be breathing.
The other man takes out his phone and calls the emergency services.
He says, “My friend is dead! What can I do ?”
The operator says: “Calm down. I can help. First, make sure he’s dead”
There is a silence, then a gun shot is heard.
Back on the phone, the man says, “Ok, now what ?”
– “Blood Test“
Two children, Johnny and Alex, were sitting outside a clinic. Alex was crying.
Johnny: “Why are you crying ?”
Alex: “I came here for the blood test”
Johnny: “So ? Are you afraid ?”
Alex: “No, but for the blood test, they cut my finger!”
After hearing this, Johnny started crying, making Alex feel surprised as well as curious, and Alex asked: “Why are you crying now ?”
Johnny: “I came here for a urine test!”
A funeral service is held for a woman who just passed away. As the pallbearers carry the casket out, they accidentally bump into a wall.
They hear a faint moan. They open the casket and find that the woman is still alive.
She lives for 10 more years and then dies.
They have another funeral for her.
At the end of the service, the pallbearers carry out the casket. As they are walking, the husband cries out, “Watch out the wall!”
Dark humour can sometimes provide a more positive conclusion:
Dorothy Parker wrote in 1925:
“Razors pain you,
rivers are damp,
acids stain you,
and drugs cause cramp.
Guns aren’t lawful,
gas smells awful,
you might as well live”