I am an avid fan of humor

Published November 9th, 2008 by Bobby Henderson

Dear Bobby,

I am an avid fan of humor. I have been a supporter for over 25 years. I watch Comedy Central and BET every day. Let’s face it, humor makes me laugh. I recently acquired a pamphlet from your Spaghetti Monster Church, and being succeptible to being swayed by any cult/religion I blindly went to your website. Come to find out, it wasn’t a real church at all! Well, I guess I can let that slide, as after scrolling through your website I noticed a hint of satire.

But I gotta be honest, Robert, if this was an attempt at humor, you missed the mark like Stevie Wonder in a bow and arrow contest. No one can laugh looking at ugly people in halloween costumes. Did you really think that something like that could pass as laughable? If you are going to post a bunch of boring quips and pictures, there better be nudity. Lots of it, or you are missing the point of owning a website. If you are being sacreligious (which is too easy, if you ask me, sir), then you need to add some pizazz. But instead you throw in a stupid picture of spaghetti every now and then and expect a laugh. You either need to hire a Jew to add a punchline every now and again, or call it quits. Better yet, you can hire me for a nominal fee. I could take pictures of my dumps and email it to your website, if you think it helps.

Look, Bobby, you just aren’t funny. Looking at your website is like looking at a ginger person eat a chicken salad sandwich. It just makes you scruntch up your face. Sadly, humor wanted nothing to do with you. Your site is as funny as a Dane Cook standup, but I believe you actually like him, so I’m sure that one went over your head. Either learn how to make people laugh, or stop killing trees for pamphlets to make people go to your gay website.

I said good day, sir,

182 Responses to “I am an avid fan of humor”

  1. Advantageous Mongoose says:

    Now just one minute. I’ve got enough work to do pointing out to Christians where their beliefs are deluded; in a satirical context, and trying to include at least one joke. It’s very time consuming to come up with quality material every week, and I really don’t have time to start doing the same for every Josh who thinks they are a comedian.

    He’s got irony down to a fine art though:

    “Look, Bobby, you just aren’t funny”

  2. Ande says:

    we clearly have different opinions of whats funny. Personally (and I think there are many with me)I find many things on this site laughable, particulary this message

  3. JorickHorn says:

    Dude, you’re the one who thought a Flying Spaghetti Monster was a real religion.

  4. noodleguy says:

    “I’ve been a supporter of humor for over 25 years”

    We better watch out guys. This fellow’s an EXPERT.

  5. Tina says:

    I can laugh at good humor too, your letter to this site for instance.


  6. Dan says:

    Lets see, Josh insults the blind, racially stereotypes the Jews and finds gingers amusing. He also likes nudity. He fails to get satire. I think Josh should stick to fart jokes and those pens where the lady goes naked when you turn them up-side-down.

    He can’t be all bad though, he likes trees!

  7. Beastlt Rich says:

    This one thinks he has a sense of Humour (lol), where’s that hiding? “you missed the mark like Stevie Wonder in a bow and arrow contest” Either that is some sort of meta-irony and you’re making satire of the “Zany guy” that everyone seems to work with and avoid or your sense of humour is very, very weak.

  8. ET, the Extra Terrestrial says:

    erm… Josh?
    The purpose of Pastafarianism is not to infest the universe with humor. It’s a satirical approach to protesting the teaching if (un)intelligent design under the guise of science in publicly funded schools. A little basic research on your part might have alerted you to this fundamental truth.
    Keep the day job, son. You’ve got a long uphill climb before they invite you to host Saturday Night Live.


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