Mel Brooks Was Right

And what, I hear you ask, was he right about?

Mel Brooks was right when he said, “Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall in an open sewer and die.”

This post from DUMBFUCK may be the funniest thing he’s done since the last LOLSUIT he filed.



Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

15 thoughts on “Mel Brooks Was Right”

  1. I remember him falling out of a chair and roughing up his forehead. No snow necessary. I don't think the winter weather is the problem.

  2. Hasn't Dumbfuck sworn to the court under penalty of perjury several times that going out in the cold would kill him or hasten his death? Didn't he also have to swear that he was unable to talk into a microphone so he could get his disability check? Strange how he is routinely doing both those things now.

  3. The world will be a better place when Bill Schmalfeldt leaves it. I could make an effort to appreciate Winter again if it helps hasten Bill's exit.

  4. How to Dress for Winter in the South


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