Episode #19 – Valerian and Luc Besson

Arbitrarily vote for your most hated movie EVER that nobody actually does and serves no real purpose but we won’t get rid of because apparently its important for some reason or something, I guess (of the week) here:

  +3
  -2
Valerian
  +4
  -1
Luc Besson (like OMG, get it, hes a person not a movie, lolz. the joke that never gets old so we’ll keep retelling it forever!!!1!!)

Yammering on and on about something I want to emphasize and showcase how funny it is in case you didn’t initially understand what I was trying to say is the soul of wit

If there’s one purpose these write-ups serve, surely it’s to make the content of our podcast seem funnier by way of over-explaining the things we discuss in a bold attempt to make sure you know it’s hilarious.

Concision, clarity of expression, articulation of words and ideas… all tools of snooty elitist writers that don’t understand what real comedy is all about.

They clearly don’t understand that the best way to get humor across is to only stop building on the joke with more and more words until all the people who didn’t understand it in the first place finally realize what you were talking about. They’re sure to laugh then.

And the people who did understand it in the first place… well certainly if they found it funny to begin with then they’ll definitely still find it funny when it’s stretched out to be as thin as the quality one can expect from a Papa Murphy’s Pizza!

WHOA! THAT REMINDS ME, REMEMBER HOW FUNNY IT WAS WHEN WE TALKED ABOUT PAPA MURPHYS PIZZA ON THIS EPISODE OF THE PODCAST, unless you’re some of the people who read this beforehand, in which case this next portion of the write-up will only serve to spoil some of the initial humor when you actually hear it

You see I’m just not so sure that all of you morons understand how funny our on-going argument on Papa Murphy’s pizza actually is. So rather than sharpen my comedy skills and ability to convey them clearly, I will now over-elaborate in list format just how goddamn funny we are!

  • humor is the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement
  • a popular method of said provocation is the diversion of expectations
  • when two parties have conflicting stances, there are many opportunities for diverting the expectations of both sides of the argument

Now that we all understand humor and how to recognize when the appropriate time to laugh is, I will now showcase how our content should be easily recognized as “funny”.

  • Muller argues Papa Murphy’s pizza is good
  • Braden and I argue Papa Murphy’s pizza is bad
  • Muller does not respect Braden’s and my argument towards Papa Murphy’s pizza
  • Braden and I do not respect Muller’s argument towards Papa Murphy’s pizza
  • both parties stand strongly in their convictions on Papa Murphy’s pizza
  • both parties then have to react to points that they would not have themselves concluded about Papa Murphy’s pizza

So you can see as I have outlined here that the whole situation is the perfect environment in which humor will cultivate. Make sure while listening to consult these lists so you fully understand just how funny we are.

If that is not enough to convince you that our Papa Murphy’s pizza discussion is funny, then simply print off this write-up onto a piece of paper, contact RMwRM, and I personally will come over, roll-up the piece of paper, and beat you to death with it.

In case that’s STILL not enough, here is a copy and paste of everything I just wrote to save you from having to scroll up to re-read my explanation

You see I’m just not so sure that all of you morons understand how funny our on-going argument on Papa Murphy’s pizza actually is. So rather than sharpen my comedy skills and ability to convey them clearly, I will now over-elaborate in list format just how goddamn funny we are!

  • humor is the tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement
  • a popular method of said provocation is the diversion of expectations
  • when two parties have conflicting stances, there are many opportunities for diverting the expectations of both sides of the argument

Now that we all understand humor and how to recognize when the appropriate time to laugh is, I will now showcase how our content should be easily recognized as “funny”.

  • Muller argues Papa Murphy’s pizza is good
  • Braden and I argue Papa Murphy’s pizza is bad
  • Muller does not respect Braden’s and my argument towards Papa Murphy’s pizza
  • Braden and I do not respect Muller’s argument towards Papa Murphy’s pizza
  • both parties stand strongly in their convictions on Papa Murphy’s pizza
  • both parties then have to react to points that they would not have themselves concluded about Papa Murphy’s pizza

So you can see as I have outlined here that the whole situation is the perfect environment in which humor will cultivate. Make sure while listening to consult these lists so you fully understand just how funny we are.

If that is not enough to convince you that our Papa Murphy’s pizza discussion is funny, then simply print off this write-up onto a piece of paper, contact RMwRM, and I personally will come over, roll-up the piece of paper, and beat you to death with it.

I’m sure you’ll figure the rest out

I used to think the write-ups should be a brief, hopefully comedic outline of what the episode is about, but then I realized pretty much nobody is actually reading them anyway, so whatever who cares why bother fuck off I’m outta here

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