I used to watch the old Dennis Miller Show when he was on HBO. The guests were so so but the monologue was fun to watch and he always wrapped up the monologue with one of his “rants”. The jokes seemed to have a theme and these rants would wrap up that theme in a pretty little bow.
This one below is my favorite. I’ve quoted it in MANY places on the internet and real life. It stems from my Grandfather (who was Polish) sitting down at our dinner table and rattling off 10 Pollock jokes in a row. Previous to that, I was starting fights at school when people would tell them, defending my “heritage”. Grandpa taught me in that string of jokes that you HAVE to be able to laugh at yourself, don’t take yourself seriously and DON’T let other people’s words control you like strings on a puppet.
Without further ado, here’s Dennis: Continue reading