The Luxury of Laughter

“It seems to me that one of the best indicators of this nation’s moral decay is the reprehensible nonsense that passes for humor nowadays. When I was a boy, people didn’t have time for humor. We were too busy wiping the smirk off Hitler’s face to concern ourselves with mindless tittering and idle guffaws. For us, laughter was like shoe laces or smallpox vaccines – nice to have but not a luxury most of us could afford.”

Don Mills (crabbyoldfart)



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4 thoughts on “The Luxury of Laughter

    • Lmao! 😆 That was good! Got a seriously good laugh on this one. Reminded me of my great-granddad. My cousins & I would start giggling about something silly, and the look on my great granddad’s face would double us over in stomach-cramping laughter. Sounds like your grandfather had the same look, and the words to go with!

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