A number of comedians lock themselves into roles as impostors, buffoons, braggarts, cowards, and so on. These "types" of characters, pitted against one another in television sitcoms and other serial comic forms, makes up most contemporary comedy.
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- Yes, I do dedicate a considerable amount of time to this endeavor. I try to write every morning as a positive start to my day. I do this because writing and, in particular, exploring humor makes me feel good. It brightens my day and sets a positive tone for all events to follow. It makes it easier for me to have a lighter perspective on life, so that I may personally avoid the pitfalls of negativity and seriousness. I also see great wisdom in humor, and it is that wisdom, insight, and lightheartedness which I enjoy.
- And finally, you're right. I'm not always funny. This I have readily admitted in other posts. I simply enjoy exploring and sharing that exploration in the name of Open-Source Sharing. Rather than "can" my writing or locking it into a certain "genre" or "type" ... I prefer to exercise a little creative liberty in my writing. Well-crafted skits usually make people laugh, whereas true exploration uncovers hidden tricks, philosophies, theories, and dare I say genius that is lurking behind every punchline. I am a humor researcher who happens to enjoy immensely the subject matter. So much so that I legally changed my last name to laughing. As such, this is also a personal testament to a major life change that I am recording herein.
- Lastly, if you don't like it...