Who is Funny, According to Sutton

funnycup“Daddy, some people are funny, and some people are serious. Daddy’s funny.”

“Am I funny?”

“No. You’re serious.”

“Are you funny?”

“Yes.”

“Is Bennett funny?”

“Yes.”

“So I’m the only serious one?”

“Yes.”

“What about your teacher?”

“She’s serious.”

“Oh, good. So it’s not just me.”

“But sometimes she’s funny.”

“Am I funny sometimes?”

“No.”

“Who else is funny?”

“Um… the cup.”

“The cup is funnier than me?!”

“Can I play with the iPad now?”

12 comments on “Who is Funny, According to Sutton

  1. Finally. I have been crowned the winner.
    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.
    I bow to the bowl alongside me and thank it for some of the comedy training I have employed into my own act.
    (I will use this distinction for many, many years to come, Jerry.)

    • And disproving Sutton’s theory, I meant to say “the CUP alongside me,” not the bowl. Clearly, the 4-year-old criteria for judging ‘funny’ isn’t always scientifically accurate.

  2. I want to give you some sort of sympathetic reply, but I’m still laughing too hard. I’m sorry :p

    Though young kids think the weirdest things are funny. I remember when my cousin was three, she thought it was HILARIOUS if I clapped my hands upwards in a line. Like, funniest thing ever. Go figure.

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