Everyone has been in this situation: A discussion or argument has been over for hours, maybe days, and all of a sudden the perfect counterpoint or comeback comes to mind, but it’s too late for it. The person on the other end of the argument has long forgotten it even happened (especially if it was at a bar). Now this thought just sits around for no one to hear.
Ah, but this is one of the great benefits to being a stand-up comedian. With a short preamble, “I was talking to my friend the other day and he believes [insert friend’s dumb belief] [insert witty retort].” Perfect. Thinking of a joke too late and telling it anyways.
I think I only have one such joke, I probably need to start making more good points in arguments instead of just making up some weird lie that no one understands.
From Kenmore Station, an MBTA T stop, in Boston:
Do you see that rather large chunk of blue? That is a river, you cannot walk in it. Okay, fine, drawing a