This was some funny stuff John. You have a great delivery with your standup. I hassle that Cat, but he's one helluva nice guy and talented as well. You two make a good team.
He's a horrible person, despicable actually. You can't believe how bad he is. He wants you to think he's nice. One day he found a wounded bird and took it home and repaired it's wing so it could fly. Of course before he let it go he tore off it's legs so it couldn't land. That's Pat. Okay he really is a nice guy but as guys become better friends we verbally assault each other. Male bonding.
And I fried the legs up too, tasted like chicken.
See the real Pat is starting to show. Pretty soon he'll be showing cartoons of himself biting the heads off of rats or puppies (which he only talks about in private).
"Thank god she was wearing pantihose" - loved it very funny!
My mother was vein. So she looked thin when she was pregnant with me, she'd make me standup in the womb.
ha...like the new perspective in the clip...and pantihose at birth...yikes...ha...in gods image, that was funny...
Not for God it's not. I don't believe in God, no supreme being could have such bad taste.
LOL.... I don't think anyone wears panty hose any longer!! I know I sure don't miss them.
No one wears them any more. I guess it's just ski masks. Being Italian I think robbery first. From a guys standpoint we never liked them on woman or on men (I want to make that clear).
Hilarious!!!! Your Mom must have been channeling her inner Michael Jackson with the baby out the window deal. Thank God for those pantyhose!
Mother used to love when I did those jokes. So did my dad. The harsher I got the more they laughed. They were very supportive which is weird since my act is so hostile. But it was in fun.
Funny. Is your mother still with you? A mother's memories of events are always so interestingly different than the child's. I remember my cousin reminiscing with my aunt sitting beside him and she remarked that he'd certainly lived a different childhood than she remembered.
No, she's not, but as I told "Just Keepin It Real, Folks! she loved the jokes about her. My father felt the same out the stuff about him. They were actually really cool. They are not with me anymore. My dad died two years ago. All the comic's loved my family. They would come back with me from the city to my folks house for the holidays. We always had a table full of comedians. Larry David was like a second neurotic son.
So are you trying to say you're godly?
Yes, I'd like to live forever, do horrible things and have them explained as me just being mysterious.
Another great video with some killer jokes. I wish we got those kind of laughs. Maybe our blog needs a laugh track.
If you look below, there should be my reply. I think I hit the wrong button.
I've been doing comedy for a long time. It's just a matter of working at it and you get better at it without even noticing. I'm gong to plug my book here, but besides the stories about all the camaraderie and what the life style of the comics were, I talk about the creative process. See I got the plug in. I'm doing what my manager if forcing me to do! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Pat does a great job with the animation.
They way you deliver your jokes makes them even funnier. You and Pat are a great duo. Excellent job.xoRobyn
PS Oops, I meant "The" not "they."
I make so many typos I'm surprised people can get through one of my sentences. Pat has done a great job despite being a hateful, horrible, nasty, disgusting person, but that's what makes him special.
Deadpan, rapid fire and funny, a little like Woody Allen without the hair.
That is a great compliment. I thank you so much. Woody was my comic idol.
JohnSorry I missed this yesterday. I'm so glad you and Pat teamed up together. These are perfect. This birthing sequence is a hoot.