It's funny in the ways that make you snort-giggle-laugh.
And it's funny in the ways that are lined with thick, crusty layers of irony.
And then sometimes,
it's a different kind of funny.
Because if it's not this kind of funny
than it's a particular kind of sad.
And it's this kind of sad that I am
very strategically trying to avoid.
So, laughter is the medicine,
the magic hand.
I laugh on.