Jan 29, 2006

(continuous play)

So what continuously makes you
laugh out loud?

(inquiring minds want to know)

19 comments:

Melanie Morales said...

That's nearly as funny as in my hometown.
The Rest Well Motel is right next door to the funderal home! hehe

Actually, I can relate to this particular sign - which is why I no longer snow ski.

I now snowmobile - and probably have had as many "run-ins" with trees doing that as skiing! Comforting to know hospital might be nearby!

The Cubicle Reverend said...

I'm easy to please

3 stooges baby

Tony Myles said...

Yes, but which three? :)

Melanie - I'd like to see a picture of that sometime if you ever get a chance.

Katie said...

great pic, I have a favorite of a motel in a small Texas town, it is called the "It'll do Motel" CLASSIC

Thurman8er said...

Funny things.
Things that make me laugh.
And people falling down.

Kristi said...

stupid, stupid movies. Like Dumb and Dumber. I could watch it a hundred times in a row and still laugh. And it's not that I really like or enjoy the movie. I start laughing at myslef for laughing at the stupidity. It's a never-ending cycle.

The Cubicle Reverend said...

Dumb & Dumber rule!

Anonymous said...

Moe,Larry, and Curly are the ONLY stooges. (all others were cheap imitations).

Stephanie said...

Hmmmm.

Well if we're going to talk about dumb movies, I'm going to have to say "Billy Madison" or "Happy Gilmore": They're dumb, but they're hilarious!

But CONSISTANTLY (since I haven't seen either of those movies in a couple of years), I would say MYSELF. I'm good for a laugh. ALL THE TIME. lol

Otherwise, "Friends". No matter how many times I've seen each episode, they're just as funny as they were the first time I saw them, because now I know all the little "inside jokes" and it's ten times funnier to me. I'm an addict lol.

Angele said...

A sign in Hondo, Texas that reads:

This is God's country so please don't drive through it like hell.

Also, a sign in Sycamore, Illinois that's posted right next to a cemetery that reads:

Life offers more in Sycamore.

My kids and the funny and brutally honest things they say...especially when repeating something stern I've said...coming out of a three year old, it's hard not to laugh at her, and myself, for those moments. Yesterday, I said to the three year old "Did you hit his head on the wall?" refering to the one year old and investigating why he's crying...she said honestly, "No. His face." My husband and I had to turn away so she wouldn't see us laughing.

Logan Bennett said...

LOL this sign is awesome, it hits home with me, when I used to be a pro snowboarder, I could have used this sign many times

krisT said...

That's a great sign..

Jim Carrey, Chris Farley, and Adam Sandler movies crack me up.. Especially in Ace Ventura when he does the scenes as the football player in a tutu.. That's classic! "I'm open... over here"

Tony Myles said...

Interesting direction this has taken. I'll jump in...

Actors who make me laugh out loud: Jon Lovitz, Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Billy Crystal, and whoever is playing the 2-dimensionally weird character in a comedy (i.e. the cajun babbler in the Waterboy, J Jonah Jamison in Spiderman, Milton in Office Space, etc) that is deeper than any featured player.

Thurman8er said...

Milton in Office Space! Yes!

Ummmmmm....yyyyeahhh.

Stephanie said...

Oh milton is one of my favorites too. hahahahaha SUCH a great movie! lol

Cindy Woods said...

What continuously makes me laugh out loud?

That would be watching my daughter watching General Hospital and getting so aggravated with the charachters and a couple of the ON GOING AND GOING AND GOING storylines.

Simone said...

my kids!

Anonymous said...

A storage unit place called,

"Jeff's Jam-It-In"

-Sandra

Anonymous said...

The movie UHF is classic...I think I rented it every weekend in Jr. High

There is a sing on the interstate that says...Eat here, Get Gas

Andy