Some jokes, maybe even a funny blog post or two
I wanted to start writing something funny online. So why an observational humor blog? (Or humour*, if you're from an English-speaking country with fewer than 50 states.) And why a variety of topics? It makes the site hard to define, after all. I mean, how would you describe a funny blog site like this, with random subjects that have no connection- other than my decision to write about them?
Some examples: A post about something funny I saw on the side of a McDonald's bag, another full of ranting at web admins, some hilarious ideas satirizing the NSA, and a list of Marvel-Disney-Star Wars crossover ideas. Let's face it, most blogs out there are a little more focused.
The problem? well, a "Funny blog with satire, observational comedy and hilarious jokes, written by a nutcase", probably isn't going to help as a description of my website.
This site's lack of focus was caused by my desire to just write funny articles online. I decided random humor was fine as a topic. Then I started writing. I put everything together, added some amusing pictures with hilarious captions. I didn't plan- maybe I was trying to write observational comedy to see if I could..
Now it's grown on me, so Ranting Randomly is here to stay. And now you know. Lucky you, huh? Don't you just wish that you had the last minute or so back now?
Also, thanks to my lack of foresight, I compete with the top comedy blogs online, not just sites with authors like me- who had vague ideas of writing comedy. And they were writing the funniest blogs online well before I thought to even try.
There are daily humor blogs, hilarious
one-liners websites, all sorts of really funny quotes pages. My 'plan' to write with (hopefully) comic wit is currently a pipe dream, but I'm still here.
Enjoy the Ranting Randomly Website!
Early attempt at a funny blog post, and an election update.
Running from my demons
Writing jokes website isn't enough for me. Now I've decided to run for office. I don't know which office. One of them. It seems easy. Do nothing, get paid.
Actually, I think it's odd how politicians complain about welfare. Maybe that's because I'd expect those groups of people to get along, they share an interest in other people's money. But that's more "observational humor" than random comedy.
My point is this. The job is: do nothing, tell other people what to do, and get paid. I want in.
Election season has become a joke with a punchline that's two years long. I want to make it funnier. I might even win, given my potential opponents. Yes, a comedian running for office has been done, in several movies. But there's always a sequel. Even for romantic comedies. Why not political satire?
In the electoral process, only crazy or weak minded people can find anything to laugh at, unless it's dark humor. I want to brighten the mood- with random craziness. Or maybe some satire.
My experience writing observational comedy will help. I'll have humorous opening remarks, and funny stories to last me years worth of media appearances. Which should cover it. Also, it will help when the idiotic questions begin. Around day 2. Those are irritating, since they are asked by 'pro reporters'.
I have many funny ideas. How long can I debate with my eyes crossed? Should I wander around aimlessly when speaking? I could wear a clown suit and insist it shows my honesty...
Click above image for the rest of my 'political plan'
This website also has some hilarious pictures
I rewrote this so many times that the jokes stopped making me laugh a while ago. The hilarious quotes
seem less so, every month. I keep taking stuff out to replace it with newer comedy. I hope there's something funny
I connect with other funny blogs, or any of the hilarious quotes
and funny webpages out there . Got a site? Send an email, or contact me below.
Liking this page has not been shown to have adverse affects to your health. Although, with my sense of humor, you may want to wait for further study