Funniest person in whole entire world - well, its a toss-up between that Pogo Possum person in cartoons of 50's and Eddie Izzard (who is sometimes, also, not all that funny, I admit, but always innerestin'
we our self the the most funniest ,have you every seen yourself making faces in front of the mirror or giggling after thinking of something funny ,or crying when you feel sad .all the emotions lie in us we just need to pull them out like a rabbits ear.
Jack Black cracks me up! I just watched the gag reel on Day One, and he was improvising about watching two women rub their lady beards together. Just watching him is hilarious, even when he's not saying a thing.
I'm going to stick with the living in answering this question...
Stephen Colbert is certainly up there I think. He never seems to turn it off, which is really appealing. Norm MacDonald. Louis C.K. I also have a soft spot for Lisa Lampanelli, but I think its just because she's a crude Jew.
I think Jim Beluchi is hysterical, his antics on "According to Jim" get the whole cast going and I swear I never liked slapstick, but when he starts his accident/clumbsey routines there's always and unexpected twist, like the time the turkey shot him in the arse with his own crossbow while he was peeing in the woods and his brother-in-law told his wife, some Thanksgiving! hehehe!
Yeah, and I got a huge big laugh from the Blues Brothers and all their hilarious silliness. Loved it.
Another one, I just thought of, and this goes back some years--BENNY HILL. Did you ever catch that? The man was choking-funny, just standing there. I loved the Keystone Kops routine that opened that show, too!
Lily Tomlin, Robin Williams, Lucille Ball...all great picks! I love Steve Martin, too. He's another one that's hilarious just standing there. His early stand-up routines were just so OFF THE WALL!!! He wore that hat with the arrow through the head, so funny!
Louis De Funes (1914-1983). Widely known French Actor. Well known to most Europeans. He was adored in my old country."Fantomas" and numerous others movies. You just look at him and laugh, he does not have to say anything. He was hilariously funny. Unfortunately, not for English speaking public in Canada. Nothing French is popular.
In answer to your question... I think I am pretty funny, but then, no one else seems to get my humor! I often laugh out loud at some thought that I have come up with but when I explain, I am greeted with a vague look in the eye! Oh well... lol.. another person? well... I love dry humour .. it has to be Joe Brand x
I think I would have to say that the funniest person (male) in the world to me would be "Jerry Lewis" in the movies he did with Dean Martin. I don't think that there was one of them that didn't have me laughing so much that I was in tears at the end of it.He was just a born comedian. Hard to beat as far as I am concerned.
That is the male. Now the funniest female I would say would have to be my all time favourite "Lucielle Ball" She would also have me, in every one of her movies, to the point where I was almost wetting myself. I just loved her and she would be a hard female to beat, in my books. Beautybabe.
Hi, I'm new here! So I'm curious to know: what is the stupid or just funny song you've ever heard?!To me, nothing can be more stupid than Britney Spears' songs!Period! "1,2,3... Peter, Paul and Mary!"...
Mine, when the theater was packed, and two people were squeezing by some dude in the 3rd row below me, his response, oh no, no, no, BUTT IN MY FACE, BUTT IN MY FACE!!!!!!! The whole theater was LAUGHING THEIR FAO...
Each person must write a line of funny poetry and lets see how funny it can get, now watch the story unfold before your eyes lol this is just a bit of harmless fun so enjoy yourselves!!!!The crazy kids are at it...