A Humour Break

I thought I’d give you a break from my usual snarkiness this afternoon and let you have a few laughs instead.  Jimmy Kimmel is always good for a few laughs, so …

15 thoughts on “A Humour Break

  1. He’s not my best liked presenter but he’s often really funny. My faves vary a bit, an ever beloved one is Stephen Colbert, but know also that we haven’t got a TV and we’re living abroad, so our choices for US-comedy are limited and reduced to YT etc….
    This one was pretty good though!

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    • I like him, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, and Seth Meyers the best … sometimes Trevor Noah is good, too. You should be able to find most on YouTube! I’m glad you enjoyed Kimmel today! Have a wonderful weekend, Kiki!

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  2. :-)) I cant say how i am missing Jimmy Kimmel, also here on screen. For a period of one year or so, one of our official TV station has replayed his show regularely. He is fantastic, also with his guests. :-)) Michael

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  4. Jimmy Kimmel and humor do not belong in the same sentence, not even the same lexicon. If people find him funny, to each his own but I laugh at him as much as I laugh at the news which is not at all.

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    • Hello Scott. I agree humor is subjective. I also often do not find these late night hosts funny. But I was wondering what hosts or other media you do find to have humor. This is not a troll; I enjoy Jill’s posts and the people who frequent her blog and I have interacted with you often. I am just curious as to what you enjoy and I would like to give it a try. Thanks. Hugs

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    • Well, I suppose that just as we each have our own tastes in literature, music, etc., we each have our own tastes in humour. What makes me laugh may not make you laugh, but that doesn’t disqualify it from being humour.

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