I have a very strange sense of humor, as many of you may know from either a) knowing me or b) reading this blog enough.

Like, I seriously think that sometimes my parents are really like “Oh my gosh, honey. Where did we go wrong? She thinks this talking unicorn is hilarious. Why is she showing us this?”

Talking unicorn? Yep. I have finally found Charlie the Unicorn. Why has it taken me so long? Probably because my friends who have seen it were lame and totally didn’t show me.

I think those friends I am talking about right now know I’m talking about them.

Yes. I’m talking about you. You’re so lame.

And what was my reaction?

I laughed. A lot. And then watched it again. And then forced my parents to watch it.

And now I walk around going “Charrrlie. Charrrlie. We’re on a bridge Charlie!”

And I’m pretty sure I am driving my parents mad because while I thought they’d find it completely hilarious like I did, they totally were all like “What da heck this is so DUMB.”

And then my younger brother caught the last half of it and was going “Charrrlie! Chaaaarrrrlie!” afterwards.

And my dad looked at me and was all like “Yeah thanks Kait.”

So then I was all like “Dad! I found a map to candy mountain!”

And Mom was all like “KAIT. Stop it already.”

I think that they believe I have some mental problem because I like rainbows and unicorns and everything that makes the world good and not dumb.

My mom has an obsession with zebras. I’m not really sure how this is any worse.

Except she doesn’t go around say “Zeeeeebra. ZEEEEBRA” in a really annoying voice.

I just don’t understand why they hate unicorns and candy mountains.

Like I said, I have a weird sense of humor. And find most stupid things to be funny. It makes life way easier to live. Because let’s be honest; there’s a lot of stupid things going on out there.

But laughter is awesome. So I do it a lot.

And that’s just me.

“Remember laughing? Laughter enhances the blood flow to the body’s extremities and improves cardiovascular function. Laughter releases endorphins and other natural mood elevating and pain-killing chemicals, improves the transfer of oxygen and nutrients to internal organs.
Laughter boosts the immune system and helps the body fight off disease, cancer cells as well as viral, bacterial and other infections. Being happy is the best cure of all diseases!”
- Patch Adams



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