George Carlin on “Men and Women”
We live in an interesting world. Some days are good, some days are average and some days are bad. We meet someone interesting, we enter relationships with them – we break up – and then we repeat the cycle until we hopefully meet the right person. If you ask me that is the real circle of life.
A lot of you reading this are married, some of your are engaged to be married, some of you are seeing someone and a ton of you are single and trying to figure out why you are, or over-analyzing what you are doing wrong or why you are single. Here’s a tip for all you single folk out there: Chill the Fuck Out. Breathe deeply and remember: Men and women will never truly understand each other 100 percent. I’ve come to this realization. I don’t want to sound like a cliché, but the right person will arrive at the right time. It took me a very long time to realize this, but I’m agreeing with this statement.
George Carlin is one of my favourite comedians of all time. For those of you who did not know, he was born in 1937 in New York City in the United States. He died in 2008. When he was alive he was a stand-up comedian, social critic, satirist, actor and writer/author and he won five Grammy Awards for his comedy albums. George Carlin also had fourteen specials on the American Cable TV channel HBO. He also hosted the first episode of the popular comedy series Saturday Night Live (which aired in 1975 for the first time).
I hope this has calmed the nerves and put a smile on the faces of all the desperate people out there. Watch this space for regular updates in the Humor category on this blog. Feel free to share this post with your friends. Also feel free to comment on this post (or any other post here) if you have an opinion. Feedback is appreciated and welcome.
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