Guy Wearing Funny T-Shirt Must be Funny

SPOKANE, WA—Upon seeing local vending machine assembler Paul Drummond walking down the sidewalk Tuesday, onlookers concluded that Drummond was funny based on the fact that he was wearing a humorous t-shirt.

“Why else would he be wearing a shirt like that?” said Julie Eubanks, who saw the comical t-shirt-clad Drummond in person.

For decades, funny people have communicated this fact by the selection of their clothing, namely amusing t-shirts, say experts. Drummond, being no exception, tells the world of his hilarity by donning a shirt that takes a reference from a popular science fiction movie and applies it to life in general.

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Studies have repeatedly shown this to be among the most effective ways to non-verbally communicate one’s comedic discernment, and, by extension, ability.

“It’s nice to be able to tell the funny people from the non-funny people. I’m always seeing people with humorous pop culture references on their t-shirts and chuckle to myself at how much fun they must be to talk to at a party or something,” said bystander Brett Holloway.

Holloway went on to say that while he is a fan of funny t-shirts and the undoubtedly funny people who wear them, he doesn’t consider himself funny enough to qualify.

“I have my moments, but I can’t compete with people like that,” Holloway added.

Author: Rusty Shackleford

Rusty Shackleford is a comedy writer typing away from a bunker in an undisclosed location.

6 thoughts on “Guy Wearing Funny T-Shirt Must be Funny

  1. This article makes a great point. It made me think of a contrast between the writer of the jokes on all those T-shirts and the shirts’ wearers. Naturally, the wearers must be funnier than the writer.

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