Best Quotes about Laughing and Humors and Why you need them.

Laughing is the best medicine.
Author unknown

A joke’s a very serious thing.

Charles Churchill (1732-1764), English poet and satirist

Looking at life through the wrong end
of a telescope is what I do.

And that helps me to laugh at life’s problems.

Dr. Seuss (1904-1991). American writer, poet, and cartoonist

Laugh until it helps!
Laugh Club motto

Never be afraid to laugh at yourself.

After all, you could be missing out on
the joke of the century.

Dame Edna Everage (Barry Humphries), (1934- ),

Australian artist, comedian, auhor, film producer, and character actor.

People are different
from all other animals
because we can laugh.

Joseph Addison (1672-1719), English writer and politican,
The Spectator No. 494 (26 September 1712)

The most wasted day of all
is that in which we have not laughed.

Sebastian R. N. Chamfort (1741-1794), French writer

Mix a little foolishness with your wisdom.
It’s good to be foolish at the right time.

Horace (65 BC – 8 BC), Roman lyric poet

Jokes can be rubber swords. They let you
make a point without drawing blood.

Mary Hirsch, teacher of humorous writing

There is a foolish corner
in the brain of the wisest man.

Aristotle (384-322 BC), Greek philosopher, a student of Plato

An onion can make people cry,
but there has never been a vegetable invented
to make them laugh.

Will Rogers (1879-1935), American cowboy and comedian

Will Rogers quote

Laughing is the sun

that drives winter from the human face.
Victor Hugo (1802-1885), French writer and statesman

I’ve known what it is to be hungry,
but I always went straight to a restaurant.

Ring Lardner (1885-1933), American author and humourist

If I called the wrong number,
why did you answer the phone?

James Thurber (1894-1961), New Yorker, June 5, 1937

I hope that when I die, people say about me,
That guy sure owed me a lot of money.’

Jack Handey (1949- ), Deep Thoughts

If I were two-faced,
would I be wearing this one?

Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), former U.S. President

God gives men a brain and a penis,
but only enough blood to run one at a time.

Robin Williams (1951- 2014), American actor and comedian

This is the sixth book I’ve written, which isn’t
bad for a guy who’s only read two.

George Burns (1896-1996), American actor, comedian, and writer

Opera is when a guy gets stabbed
and, instead of bleeding, he sings.

Ed Gardner (1901-1963), American comic actor, writer, and director

I do not mind what language
they sing an opera in,

so long as it is a language I don’t understand
Edward Appleton, Observer 28 August 1955

I know that God won’t give me more trouble
than I can handle … but sometimes I wish he
wouldn’t trust me so much.

Sister Teresa (1910-1997), Albanian missionary to India

Been there, done that, got the T-shirt.

Author unknown

When Solomon said

there were a time and place for everything
he had not yet faced the problem
of parking a car.

Bob Edwards (1947- ), American radio broadcaster

Some scientists say that the future will be just
like the past, only far more expensive.

John Sladek (1937-2000), American science fiction writer

Not Hercules could have knocked out his brains,
for he had none.

William Shakespeare (1564-1616), English playwright

The reason lightning doesn’t hit twice
in the same place
is that the same place
isn’t there the second time.

Willie Tyler (1940), American ventriloquist, comedian, and actor

If wisdom were on sale in the open market,
the stupid would not even ask the price.

Author unknown

The weather: Everyone talks about it,
but no one does anything about it.

Mark Twain (1835-1910), American author and humourist

Money is the opposite of the weather.

Nobody talks about it,
but everybody does something about it.

Rebecca Johnson, author of And Sometimes Why, in ‘Vogue’

I told the doctor I broke my leg in two places.
He told me to quit going to those places.

Henny Youngman (1906-1998), American comedian and violinist

There is no human problem which could not be
fixed if people would simply do as I say.

Gore Vidal (1925- )

I don’t want to belong to any club
that would have me as a member.

Groucho Marx (1890-1977), American comedian and film star

First, the doctor told me the good news: I was
going to have a sickness named after me.

Never go to a doctor whose office plants have died.

In Paris, they simply looked at me
when I spoke to them in French.

I never was able to make those crazy people
understand their language.

Mark Twain (1835-1910), American author and humourist

Good Americans, when they die, go to Paris.
Thomas Gold Appleton (1812-1884), American writer and artist

Speak in French

when you can’t think of the English for a thing.

Lewis Caroll (1832-1898), English author, mathematician,
and photographer, most remembered for writing Alice in Wonderland

Steve Martin

Erma Bombeck

You know you’re getting old
when you bend to tie your shoestrings
and ask yourself what else you can do
while you’re down there.

George Burns (1896-1996), American actor, comedian, and writer

If cars had followed the computer’s pattern,
they would today cost one hundred dollars,
get a million miles to the gallon,
and explode once a year, killing everyone inside.

Robert X. Cringely (Mark Stephens, 1953- ), InfoWorld magazine

I cannot say that I do not disagree with you.
Groucho Marx (1890-1977), American comedian and film star

How young can you be and still die of old age?
Steven Wright (1955- ), American comedian, actor, and writer

No one goes there these days.

It’s too crowded.

Yogi Berra (1925- ), American baseball player and manager

A girl with a brain
should do more with it than think.

Anita Loos (1893-1 981 ), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1 925)

Death is nature’s way
of telling you to slow down.

American life insurance proverb, Newsweek, 25 April 1960

If God had wanted us to fly,
he would have given us tickets.

Mel Brooks (1926- ), American comedian, actor, film producer and
director, screenwriter, and composer

Whoever called it necking
is a poor judge of the human body.

Groucho Marx (1890-1977), American comedian and film star

The one who laughs last
laughs best.

John Vanbrugh (1664-1726), English architect and dramatist