Humour

"There's a sense of comedy in the English... that even in your grimmest moment...

you laugh "

 - Johnny Rotten, Sex Pistol

jerrychap jerrychap
22-25, M
8 Responses Mar 3, 2010

I worship at the alter of British Humor, I find it very often to be of the highest quality on earth and in certain instances like As time goes by, it rivals literature.<br />
Of course there is crap, its to be expected in the mix, but on the whole British Humor is that little country's real crown jewels

I don't think the Americans get our sense of homour. What we find hilarious, other countries wouldn't understand. And I think it's great that we can laugh at ourselves because that means we are not taking life too seriously.

or, if laughing fails, a cup of tea will do the trick :)

Thats how we get throgh is to laugh at it,Laugh with us,not at us.Mal, get with the new Malleniam, have a look at Al murry,or Johhny Vagas, ok, maybe not old Johhny,he can be a little close to the bone,

Thats how we get throgh is to laugh at it,Laugh with us,not at us.Mal, get with the new Malleniam, have a look at Al murry,or Johhny Vagas, ok, maybe not old Johhny,he can be a little close to the bone,

ill go with this lads!

Yeah and still, take Little Britain for example, it's a sketch show making fun of how retarded we are =p

Hi jerrychap :), I've always favored British humour over American. Benny Hill, Monty Python, Billy Connolly, John Cleese etc. They were the greatest.<br />
Mal