Tuesday, November 11, 2008

"A Wagon Without Springs..."

By Taft Ayers

Henry Ward Beecher said: "A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon without springs. It's jolted by every pebble on the road.”

I am a firm believer that three things about humor are solid truths:

1. We must laugh often
2. We must laugh at ourselves
3. Humorous people are blessings

All of this I say in order to present you with another profound truth.

Are you ready?

Hold on....

...I gave you a very wise saying from Beecher earlier, here's another: "There are two types of people in this world. Those that think Will Ferrell's funny and those that don't."-Taft Ayers

He is the funniest actor/human that I know of.

I become pretty judgmental when someone tells me... "Will Ferell? Eh...he just doesn't do it for me."

I would like to open the flood gates.

WHICH WILL FERRELL CHARACTER IS THE MOST HUMOROUS OF ALL TIME?

(Yes, you can include the Saturday Night Live Skits..after all, he did resuscitate the show for a few years)

6 comments:

Cameron said...

1. Chazz Reinhold- Wedding Crashers

2. Ricky Bobby- Talladega Nights

3. Frank Ricard- Old School

4. Big Earl- Starsky & Hutch (small role, very funny)

5. Chazz Michael Michaels- Blades of Glory

Alan said...

Buddy the Elf - no contest.....

oh, and Cowbell Guy.

Cameron said...

I can't believe I forgot Buddy The Elf! He goes at the top of the list, and Chazz Michael Michaels get bumped

Best SNL Characters:

-Harry Carey
-Janet Reno
-The Unambomber
-James Lipton

Taft said...

No love for Ron Burgundy?

Taft said...

Or what about on SNL when he models nude for the art class.

Quote: "I took the hepatitis test at the blood clinic. I did pretty well. I got an A, 2 Bs, and a C".

Tiffany said...

Most of my favorites are already on here:

-More Cowbell (also, one of the only times I'm not scared of Christopher Walken)

-Buddy the Elf ("I like smiling. Smiling's my favorite.")

-Harry Carey (I work, "Norm, if you were a hotdog, would you eat yourself? I would. I'd slather myself in mustard..." into conversations far more often than is probably appropriate or even funny.)

However, no one has yet named:
-Marty Culp, high school music teacher ("We're so happy to be stepping in to perform at this year's prom. Your schedued band, the Scooby Don'ts, had van trouble.")