Make You Laugh Quotes by Dane Cook, Karl Marx, Pete Seeger, Michael Craig-Martin, P. C. Cast, Gail Zappa and many others.
My advice is: to try and stay really true to the things that make YOU laugh, as opposed to trying to create a character that you think is funny. Some comedians get into bad habits when they are trying to create something that is not them, and they are trying to write a voice that isn’t their true voice.
Surround yourself with people who make you happy. People who make you laugh, who help you when youвЂ™re in need. People who genuinely care. They are the ones worth keeping in your life. Everyone else is just passing through.
I keep reminding people that an editorial in rhyme is not a song. A good song makes you laugh, it makes you cry, it makes you think.
‘Understanding’ art is like having a sense of humour – if you don’t have one, no amount of explanation is going to make you laugh.
If you have good friends, no matter how much life is sucking , they can make you laugh.
It’s nice to hear when someone gets something and the sincerity is enough to tickle you. They can have the wrong notes but the essence of it is there, so it makes you laugh, because even when Frank [Zappa]’s music is sad, it makes me laugh.
I feel sexiest when I can make you laugh.
I’ve always thought something that makes you laugh, it makes you laugh because there’s a little bit of truth to it.
I’m not here to affect you politically or socially. I’m here to make you laugh. I use the news as the palette for my jokes.
The real good comedians, like Chaplin, would make you laugh and a second later, cry
You realize the bad guy isn’t wearing a black cape or easy to spot; he’s funny, makes you laugh, and has perfect hair.
You can’t stay mad at somebody who makes you laugh.
I don’t want to push the envelope. Let the envelope stay in the middle of the table. I’ll just make you laugh.
I do love comedy, but I’m not brave enough to tackle a script whose goal is to make you laugh. That’s tough. The ones that can do it, I tip my hat off to them, but I don’t have that kind of humor or mind.
You never saw Peter Sellers the actor trying to make you laugh. All he was doing was the character. What I’m saying is that I don’t think you should know you’re in a movie. I don’t like it when actors are winking at the audience and saying, ‘Right, isn’t this funny? Are you with me?’
A grave aspect to a grave character is of much more consequence than the world is generally aware of; a barber may make you laugh, but a surgeon ought rather to make you cry.
The most important thing for me as an actor playing a character is to make you laugh. That’s my No. 1 goal.