TodaysHumorousLife.com, an online community and blog about humor, stand-up comedy and being positive, has published several new blog posts...
Weston, FL (PRWEB) February 20, 2011 –
TodaysHumorousLife.com, an online community and blog about humor, stand-up comedy and being positive, has published several new blog posts, including “Manufacture Happiness,” “Typecasting in Comedies,” and “Famous Comedians of the Present Day.”
The post “Manufacture Happiness” from TodaysHumorousLife.com dives into different ways that people can choose to be happy or happy throughout the day. The author advocates that people should “appreciate the gift of today.” The blog post asserts that people are stressed out and more likely to have heart attacks on Mondays, while people are known to be happier on Fridays. As a conclusion, the post notes that people may cause their own unhappiness, and would be better off treating every day like a Friday.
“Typecasting in Comedies,” published on TodaysHumorousLife.com, describes the common phenomenon of typecasting of comedians who have also taken up acting. The author cites numerous examples of actors who have been typecast as specific characters or roles. Both Bill Murray and Bill Cosby are said to have played similar characters on TV and film throughout their careers. On the other hand, Robin Williams is one comedian who is described by the blog as having success in both comedies and dramatic roles.
“Not all of today's funniest people work in stand-up. Many of them have invested their sharp wit into TV hosting gigs,” explains TodaysHumorousLife.com on the page “Famous Comedians of the Present Day.” This blog post details some of the most famous modern comedians. One comedian listed is Jim Gaffigan, whose jokes largely revolve around food and eating habits. Like Gaffigan, many modern comedians have appeared in movies and television shows. The author notes Denis Leary and Saturday Night Live alumni as prominent examples of comedians making this transition.
TodaysHumorousLife.com was launched in November of 2010 with an article about defining comedy. Website Business is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of TodaysHumorousLife.com.
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