I'm a comic, and I'm supposed to outrage and make people laugh, Part of makin' people laugh is to shake up their thinkin'. That's what I came here to do.
I have big friends who won't go swimming because they're too embarrassed about it. I feel that's such a shame, because actually people should be encouraging fat people who are exercising to do it, not pointing and laughing.
I like the purity of stand-up because it is all about whether people laugh at your jokes. Either they laugh or they don't.
Not many women will go out on a limb to make themselves really unattractive and unfeminine so you can get the laughs, but it's a great thing to do in my book.
Larry David makes me laugh.
I love a girl with a sense of humor. Someone who can make me laugh and that I can get along with and talk with and who is just sweet overall, inside and out.
I enjoyed making people laugh. I discovered that I loved that power over them. On stage, I felt I could really express who I was for the first time.
Making people laugh was automatic.
I could do without 'cool' publications calling me 'mom jazz.' But I laughed all the way to the bank, baby.
We do have a zeal for laughter in most situations, give or take a dentist.
One thing that I am proud of: I am really capable of laughing at myself.
Sometimes laughing isn't the best judge of what's funny, 'cause I think there's a lot of things that are really funny that don't make you laugh, that don't make you physically, audibly make a noise, but is something that is much more powerful than that.
Life is tough; and if you have the ability to laugh at it, you have the ability to enjoy it.
Relaxing, experiencing nature and laughing are what rejuvenate me and make me feel happy. I believe that when I feel happy, that's when I look beautiful... I make a point of laughing out loud every single day.
Nobody makes me laugh.
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