do you joke about life when things goes wrong, or something is wrong with you

United States
August 30, 2008 8:22am CST
people often asked me why don't i mind talking or making fun of some of my medcail issues. such as having that man issues. i tell people real fast yeah it don't want to work all the time, hey a vigra and a pain pill we're having a good night.. feel sorry for her. i often joke about some of my medcail issues. anther time i had to get this test done on my brain which was a 24 hours test. so here i am walking around with this box on my hip and all these wires going from there to my head. we walked in the food store and people looking at me like what the hell. i smile at them, pointing to my wife, yeah she's reprograming me to be a better husband. i often get some mad when i joke about them as well. my wife is always getting on me about this. like one nephew who's gay, i make fun of him lot of time, not so much for being gay just how acts or talk to other guys. i tell him all the time, yeah man you are the chick in the relationship. sometime he gets mad at me. but i love making fun of people who do really dumb things or act dumb. like this dude was beating the hell out of the soda mechine, it was a 25 cent one. i wanted to give him a dollar and tell him ok here now stop making a jerk of yourself. even when they had to look for a tumor on my brain i joke about it. i make fun how they are saying sometime down the road i will not know myself or anyone esle. and now i am waiting to see if i need a operation on my knees and i joke about it. man it's going to sucks can't drive.. telling my wife, but hell could be worst it could be my back again. so do you joke about life or anything bad happens too you, and even other people when they say or do dumb things?
1 response
@Wizzywig (7858)
30 Aug 08
I reckon that, whilst we can maintain a sense of humour, all is not lost! Many times, if we didnt laugh and make light of things we'd sit down, cry and give up... and how would that help us or anyone else for that matter. My parents always said, there's no point in making yourself ill with worry about what MIGHT happen and,once its happened its too late to worry and you just have to get on and make the best of it. Good luck and best wishes to you sir! Keep smiling
• United States
30 Aug 08
thanks for the reply and for calling me sir.. please call me yankee. sir makes me feel so old.. lol.. God bless you as well.
@Wizzywig (7858)
30 Aug 08
I meant the 'sir' as a mark of respect ... the last thing in the world I would want to do is make someone younger than myself seem old - because that would make me even older!! (I'm not ready to be old, nor even a 'grown-up' yet!)