Jokes that make me laugh out loud when I write them almost always bomb. I have no idea why.
Lexicon grabbed me with the opening lines, and never let go. An absolutely thrilling story, featuring an array of compelling characters in an eerily credible parallel society, punctuated by bouts of laugh-out-loud humor.
I tend to look at the world more from Voltaire’s perspective. Incidentally, if you haven’t read Candide lately, it’s a fabulous book. It’s riotously, laugh-out-loud funny in a way that no Shakespeare comedy will ever be.
I suppose I look for humor in most situations because it humanizes things; it makes a character much more three-dimensional if there’s some kind of humor. Not necessarily laugh-out-loud type of stuff, just a sense that there is a humorous edge to things. I do like that.
It was a role [Dean Sanderson] I hadn’t seen before, and yet it was very accessible and relatable at the same time. I read scripts that have one or the other, but I rarely read scripts that have both. And it was laugh-out-loud funny.
I don’t laugh out loud at comics a lot.
Life is short and far too fragile. Whatever you dream of doing, begin. Put a first step or a “down payment” on your schedule and make it happen. Create memories. Have fun. Have an adventure. Take a (reasonable) risk. Be audacious. Laugh out loud. See what happens.
My best birth control now is just to leave the lights on.
There is nudity, of course striptease is an essential component of burlesque but it’s much more complex and intelligent than a display of nudity for nudity itself. And its often laugh-out-loud funny.
People’s responses made me laugh out loud and they made me tear up. They consoled me during my toughest times. I understood my neighbors in new and enlightening ways, and the wall reminded me that I’m not alone as I try to make sense of my life.
Cherry Money Baby is fabulous in every sense of the word! ItвЂ™s earthy and smart and moving, laugh-out-loud funny, surprising, inventive, suspenseful, and вЂ” Oh, Hell вЂ” just gorgeously written!
I loved Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s show ‘The New Adventures of Old Christine.’ That made me laugh out loud. She’s like Lucille Ball. She’s brilliant.
I have quite a close relationship with violence and horror. They are enjoyable and terrible. I try and offset the horror with a sense of satisfaction or humor. You can’t write a book that is entirely dark without having little spots that hopefully make you laugh out loud.