Humor is the ability to lead the reader or listener down one thought and suddenly surprise them with a hard left turn.
A priest, a Rabbi, and a Protestant minister walk into a bar.
“What is this,” the bartender asks, “some kind of a joke?”
Today, with everything going on in the world, it’s hard to think of anything funny to write about, especially if one tries to avoid rubbing salt into somebody’s emotional wounds.
I have desperately tried to find the humor in things, but lately have failed.
As soon as I think of something humorous, I’ll write about it.