SURVIVAL HUMOUR – SOME QUESTIONS IT’S BEST NOT TO ASK IN WAIT-A-BIT!
It is said, “The world’s a comedy for those
who think. The world’s a tragedy for those
Like all such statements, this is a gross oversimplification.
There is one sure thing, however – you
need a sense of humour to survive the long
haul, the dementia, and the twisted logic
that passes for good sense – you need humour
to survive the madness of the northern winter.
And if you have no sense of humour, strong
drink just might get you through. In that case,
you might get the sense that others are laughing
It’s no fun being the butt of a joke, but think
of it this way… If there are times when you’ve been
on a bender and your neighbours are
laughing at you, consider that you are performing
a community service. Likely your neighbours
really do need the laughs.
Things you might not want to say when you
slide down into a bunker in Wait-A-Bit!
Is that shotgun loaded?
It’s winter.Why do you still have six tins of fly spray
on your table?
Does that dog bite? Good God, IS THAT A DOG?
Where’s your bathroom?
It smells like motor oil in here…. Did you just
blow a seal?
Where do all those furs come from? Dear God,
is that fur in the corner moving?
It obviously isn’t English…What’s your
That’s a weird coffee maker on the table.
What’s the boiler for?
It smells like a still? Is that a still?
Where’d you get all those weird postcards?
They look like they’re from the fifties.
How’s the mail delivery around here?
DO YOU HAVE MAIL DELIVERY
Why don’t you turn on the lights,
so we can see each other?
Where’d ya get all those yellow candles? Why does the year on that calendar say 1952?