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Posts Tagged ‘Funny’

[1: 1,659 of 10,000] Lighten Up And Find What’s Funny

In Aphorism on November 22, 2015 at 12:00 AM

Don’t take life too seriously! Lighten up and find what’s funny.

I feel better when I laugh. I feel discomfort when I’m intensed and in a fight mode. Between these two opposing emotions, I’d rather be in a comedy than in a drama.

[1: 341 of 10,000] I Guess I’m Chinese

In Journal on August 25, 2011 at 12:01 AM

I’m watching Bobby Chinn who visited Singapore and he was in a tour with one funny man who has great appetite like his.

The tourist guide said, “Chinese loves to eat, they eat everything, they eat everything with legs except table, they eat everything with wings except airplane.”

I guess I’m Chinese then.

[1: 317 of 10,000] Ice Cream Joke

In Article on August 7, 2011 at 9:06 AM

I was reading the box of Askeys Ice Cream Cone this morning (in case you’re wondering, I am not having ice cream for breakfast today, not that I never did that before) and found this joke (probably you’ve heard it before, if you look at the image, it’s the one in yellow circle):

Q: Why did the reporter walk into the ice cream shop?

A: Because he wanted a scoop!

I hope that made you smile. I told the joke to my mom; she laughed and then asked “Was the reporter got in to get a scoop of ice cream or a scoop of good story?”

In the world of fiction writers and complex mind of adults they will dig deeper and create a new story out of the word “scoop” with the “ice cream shop & reporter” as additional twists and yet when you tell this story to a kid, he will simply say “he was getting both!” or so I guess.

[1: 294 of 10,000] Trying To Be Funny

In Journal on July 18, 2011 at 9:16 AM

I admire comedienne because they are witty and can make a day fun. I got to admit that one of their ways to make a joke is mischievously criticizing someone’s qualities especially if the person is himself that way it’s less hurtful and acceptable. My sister said that I am funny sometimes so here is an original joke, which I thought was worth repeating (at home and we’ll see if it’ll work in the blogasphere) applying the above style.

I always buy this slimming tea (I’m about 140 lbs.) because it can make my toilet visit a lot easier. At the store –

Pharmacist: May I help you?

Yor: I’d like to buy 3 boxes of Slimming Tea.

Pharmacist: For you?

Yor: Yes (I say happily.)

Pharmacist: (Looking at me from head to toe and asked again…) How long have you been using it?

Yor: 6 months

Pharmacist: Girl, it’s not working.

I could just imagine the pharmacist thinking the above conversation because seriously the slimming tea really isn’t helping me lose the weight. 😀

[1: 291 of 10,000] Meet Edible Crab

In Photo on July 15, 2011 at 3:29 AM

Fact: It’s my first time to hear “Edible Crab” and I quizzically asked myself aren’t all crab edible? Or the left crab is called Eddie and the one at the right is Ball; I thought Carrefour was joking for displaying that name, that price, and the 2 crabs. I looked at the Wikipedia and found out that Edible Crab is also known as Brown Crab now that name could have been more serious and I’d believed it instantly. It’s surprisingly good to learn something new every day. 😉

[1: 289 of 10,000] Susan Boyle, I Dreamed The Dream, Les Miserables

In Article on July 13, 2011 at 11:26 PM

Scott Berkun prompted the topic about “When is it acceptable to kill dreams?” and it reminded me about the first audition of Susan Boyle on Britain’s Got Talent. To date, her performance was my favorite reality television show audition in a singing contest. She might not have won the contest but she sure landed her dream of becoming a singer and even had the chance to sing a duet with Eleine Paige eventually.

Enjoy her first exposure on television if you have not watched it and if you did it will remind you once again that we should never be critical on the looks and believe on someone’s dream. Watch the reaction of the three judges who were shocked in all angles and have perfectly represented the masses feelings. I hope it will inspire you as it always does when I watch it.

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[1: 249 of 10,000] Sa Akin Ang Pinas

In Review on June 13, 2011 at 1:00 AM

This new advertisement of Pepsi is freaking funny skit for the Philippine market! The actors in a Filipino Action Film usually exchange idiomatic expressions before triggering the gun to kill one another; the bantering of words seemed to contribute to the climax of the fight, if only words could kill there is no need to use the gun. Here is the video with English subtitle.

[1: 218 of 10,000] Kimora Twitting Fab Names

In Article on May 19, 2011 at 11:17 PM

I am one of the more than half a million followers of Kimora Lee Simmons (@OfficialKimora) on Twitter.

I started to like her when I watch her reality TV show Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane and found out how driven she is! She reveals her fears yet time and again conquer every single one of them. She can also keep a balance to be successful for both family love life and the hectic professional slice.

May 15, there was an active challenge on Twit wherein her fabulous followers described their ethnicity and she’ll give them a fab name or more like mixing fashion + delish chow + just fun sexy word. Here are my 10 favorites (bold were the answers of Kimora):

  1. @jazzyt8991: I’m Black, Irish, Japanese, and Filipino #WhoAmI – Golden Sake
  2. @MarieeLove_: I’m Irish, African, American, Libyan, Cherokee, and French #WhoAmI – Sexy Caramel! Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 180 of 10,000] My 1st Dubai Criminal Record (Not Proud)

In Journal on April 18, 2011 at 8:32 PM

I wasn’t expecting that today I finally get the coveted criminal record of all time, okay that’s an exaggeration for the coveted but I thought I could get away from it but it’s a good wake up call to cross at the right zebra lanes. I was fined for AED 200 (USD 55) for Jaywalking an 8-meter 2-way road.

I wasn’t defensive but the surprise incident changed my morning and discovered I wasn’t keen enough to my surroundings. Somehow I was sensing something was so wrong but still I didn’t see the authorities in disguise and that sucks, I am way too far for being a Sherlock Holmes.

Talking about the fine, I was thinking about the possible good buys!

I could have purchased 2 new pairs of American Eagle Boyfriend Jeans.

Or there goes the 50 Shawarmas (usually in beef or chicken meat with veggies and white sauce rolled in Arabic bread) that I could have shared to labourers.

The incident pushed me to go to the proper pedestrian crossing, a little more stride than the usual, and discovered the right way was a pretty way with a better shade, cleaner paths, and no need to dance Cha Cha with the vehicles.

I also thought of possible gags for the incident… Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 166 of 10,000] Hospital Fun

In Photo on April 9, 2011 at 1:05 PM

This was the time when my mom visited the hospital for a minor surgery. My sister have fun with her glove to make the mood light.

Funny or Scary? Mom's glove has a life of its own to call on the nurse! 🙂

Life can get complicated, boring, tensed, or scary although if we become creative and could add simple humor we can make the air happier and the person in hospital gets better faster.