Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Razor Sharp Wit $9.99 + Shipping & Handling

So, you want to be funny, huh?  To speed up your comic ability, here's a free intro to Sophy's Razor Club... play games with acute verbal dexterity, become a smooth, keen talker, speed up your responses and sound sharper.  

You too can be a first-class jokester without having to wait for someone to fall down or spill coffee down their pants (pause for a moment, imagine someone falling, now laugh - here's a cartoon to help you if you're imaginatively impaired).

People rarely laugh these days, but it's amazing how fast they will giggle or bust out with a slide-splitting guffaw when the opportunity arises. True, some of us have a little stress in our lives, but we can tackle life easier and more creatively if we just laugh about it.  

Got tension? Get rid of it with a few easy, one liners. Don't argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience. 

Your way to razor sharp wit...


Day 1: Lose your sense of seriousness, and do something out of the norm. While you might be burning calories carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders, you'll burn more with gut-busting belly laughs. 

Day 2: Laugh again. That's it. Just laugh. *When all else fails, get even!

Day 3: Embrace your inner comic...and they'll be eating out of your hand.

Day 4: Remember, we all laugh at different things, and some of us laugh differently. Take your dog (off my grass!) and give it a bone. Your dog will be so happy and surprised, that it will burst out into tail-wagging laughter! 

Day 5: Practice your Pythonesque movements and make Roy Smile's smile... 

Day 6: Make a joke file. Material doesn't grow on trees, ya' know. So, write funny stuff down. Ask people for jokes and start collecting them. As for me, I quit worrying about the dishes and asked my kids to write me jokes instead. Now, we have loads of dirty dishes to make fun of... and some fancy dish gloves, too! 

Day 7: Pray, and then ask God for a bike. We know he doesn't work this way, so go out and steal one. Then, pray for forgiveness... makes for a good story. 

1 comment:

Unknown said...

HI! I wanna buy a pair of that fancy gloves for my mum, which website could I buy them? I'm writing from Italy.. can you answer me back on my email? semperfra@gmail.com THANKS!!!