Uros "Vader" Pavlovic
02:22 am EDT @ March 30th, 2012
Cracked a joke at the office this morning. Everyone laughed. It's been a while since I made a whole group of people laugh. Nice to know I didn't lose my touch. Similar things used to happen in school (quite often, actually). In fact, I was considered to be one of the funniest dudes in class. Now, I never made people laugh inadvertently, I always tried to do it in a fun and creative way. That's just some of the things that kept me going in school. Frequently, I ridiculed teachers and some of the crap we were forced to learn. I remember teachers used to ask me to stand up and imitate someone, even if I made fun of them personally. And I think that if people find themselves in such an environment, laughter is a great way of dealing with problems. I was just fighting boredom and fighting to stay sane in a system of closed thought (the education system in my country was a bit brainwashing). It's good to make fun of such an institution. So, I enjoyed myself whenever I possibly could, by making jokes and impersonating some of the loony teachers. People laughed. Flattering and bloody brilliant at the same time. I tell ya, nothing beats the rush you get when a crowd of people acknowledge your statement by laughing sincerely. The toughest thing in the world is to keep this up and always be interesting and fresh. I may not have such a capacity. Guess it requires some intellectual prowess. Some of the top comedians probably know what I mean. It's a rare and special gift. Being smart and funny. Not all people have it, and certainly not all comedians. However, if ever you get that rush from making a crowd laugh genuinely, it's the best feeling in the world. Almost as good as sex, let me tell you (if not better, in some cases).
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