[on a scale from wit to whimsy: Accidental, sweetly Funny]
The Polar Vortex is getting everybody down.
Even the poor little penguins. 🙂
Funny penguins video HT: Maureen Doallas3
[on a scale from wit to whimsy: Punny]
Passion runs high in debates over comma geography. Wikipedia underplays this debate, saying, “Opinions among writers and editors differ on whether to use the serial comma.”
The bearded editor in this video obviously encountered a geographically-misplaced Oxford comma. We sincerely hope he didn’t split any infinitives on the way down.
HT for video: Heather Eure6
[On a scale from wit to whimsy: Funny]
Overall, a funny video with dashes of dark humor. And, to tell you the truth, I get it. Who likes to be interrupted when reading a book? Could make a person… grumpy.
Enjoy Loki. Enjoy a laugh.4
[On a scale from wit to whimsy: ROTFL]
This Emily Litella substitute teacher video contains one or two “naughty” words, but is altogether very clean humor that might make you cry. (Tissues available in the sidebar.)3
[on a scale from wit to whimsy: ROTFL]
Flight of the Conchords takes on the issues, including children having children. “When the children are having children, how small are they going to get? It’s just going to get into this ridiculous Russian doll situation.”3
[on a scale from wit to whimsy: Off the Wall]
If you’re going to go into debt, you might as well do it buying the necessary things in life, like arguments. Classic Monty Python video includes a few smacks to the head and insults.3
[On a scale from wit to whimsy: Snark]
Sometimes, it’s hard to tell when someone is being funny. Carol Burnett gives Stephen Colbert a lesson in sarcasm. “Stephen, I don’t think you got my letter at all.”
You’ll find a bit of satire and hyperbole in this clip, along with snark from Carol and even a dash of Colbert’s own brand of self-deprecating humor in the opening (which includes one sort of naughty word that could also be a man’s name).3