https://weeklyhumorist.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/sink-feat.png 330 432 Kate Chrisman https://weeklyhumorist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/WH-color-logo-pattern-b.png Kate Chrisman2022-01-26 15:51:132022-01-26 15:51:13As a Passenger on the Titanic, I’m So Glad We All Decided to Go On With Our Lives as the Ship Sinks
It’s hard to admit it now, but I was a tad hysterical at first wondering if I could get a spot in one of those lifeboats. I even tried to jump the queue. But then I heard that it was better to let your lungs get used to drowning the natural way, by desperately gulping for air underwater, and I thought, that makes sense!
https://weeklyhumorist.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/news-grandpa-feat.png 330 432 Weekly Humorist News Briefs https://weeklyhumorist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/WH-color-logo-pattern-b.png Weekly Humorist News Briefs2020-11-20 18:42:132020-11-20 18:42:13NEWS BRIEF: Grandpa Zoom
Weekly Humorist News Briefs: Breaking News, Into Little Pieces.
https://weeklyhumorist.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/90s-movies.png 330 432 Alissa King Peters https://weeklyhumorist.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/WH-color-logo-pattern-b.png Alissa King Peters2020-06-16 21:27:122020-06-16 22:48:2590s Movie Plot Points Adjusted for 2020
Titanic: The ill-fated ship never ends up sailing because, well, COVID. Jack ended up just hanging out in Southampton continuing to make each day count, and playing card games that allowed him to maintain a safe social distance. Rose of course ends up married to Cal, but not without building a really impressive Pinterest board of wedding ideas first! It made for a really boring movie, but the ending is now unbelievably happy. 1,500 people got to live, and the marriage between Billy Zane and Kate Winslet produced some ridiculously good-looking children.