posted on May, 25 2016 @ 12:22 AM
a reply to: berenike
All the time.
The most-memorable one was in sophomore year in high school, in 20th century history class. We were watching this film and it had real footage of
people getting electrocuted to death on the electric chair.
And well...I laughed hysterically because the guy's face was just so funny while he was dying and stuff. Everybody in the class turned to look at me
in shock, and my teacher even was looking at me like...what the heck is she laughing at?! Disapproving glances abounded. It was quite embarrassing,
but the face was just so silly. I feel bad that I laughed, but to this day I still giggle when I remember that day.
I'm pretty twisted
Or that one time my fiance accidentally stabbed our mutual friend in the foot with a knife because the friend had told him to, since they were
steel-tipped boots. Unfortunately, my fiance stabbed at the side and the rest was history.
Humor comes in all shapes and sizes.
& Humor and horror often go hand-in-hand, or so they say.
edit on 25-5-2016 by rukia because: (no reason given)