You Crack Me Up

15 Jun

When’s the last time you had a really good laugh?  Like the kind that makes your stomach hurt and your eyes fill with tears?  The kind that forces you to leave your mouth open even though you have no sound coming out of it?  I’ve been so lucky lately and I’ve had quite a few of those laughs.  I thought it would be fun to share the moments that made them happen – maybe they would make you smile too.

  • The drunk driving scene in “40-year-old Virgin”.  It does not matter how many times I’ve seen this part – I will crack up just as hard as I did the first time.  I always ask to have it played again too because it is just so ridiculously funny. (It’s not that I support drunk driving in any way – the whole scene is so crazy
  • The time when I was just about asleep and I heard Andrew spill his water and say “Shit!”  For some strange reason, I sat straight up (like a rope had pulled my upper half) and breathlessly gasped, “What?!?!”  It was just so funny how Andrew kept making fun of me and reenacting the way I sat straight up.
  • The old “Celebrity Jeopardy” skits on SNL.  I can’t help but lose it when I watch them.  Especially when “Alex” gives them the answer and they all still say the wrong thing.
  • The night I started to tell Andrew something but stopped and made a “Ner” noise.  When he asked me what I was going to say I told him nothing.  It was hilarious how he kept saying “NER!” and the fact that he thought it was funny that I just stopped talking like that made it even more of a riot.
  • Nia when she lets out a fake laugh that actually really sounds kind of psycho. Or when she makes a goofy face just to make me laugh.  I think it’s awesome how she likes to make me happy like that.

These were just a few of the hysterical memories.  I know they may not come across as quite so funny over this blog – but it was a lot of fun for me to remember them!  You should share yours too if you want!

 

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One Response to “You Crack Me Up”

  1. Scoop June 15, 2007 at 12:42 pm #

    When Andrew lifts the ball over his head and throws it with all of his might, while saying the "nahhaahaa" sounds. Meanwhile, it has slipped out of his grasp and fallen behind him.

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