Reddit | whereshegoes

15+ Funny People Who Just Might Be Onto Something

Ryan Ford

The truth can basically do three things: hurt, set you free, or make you laugh. Heck, even if it's making you laugh, it can still sting a bit. The recognition makes you feel slightly vulnerable, doesn't it? But you have to laugh!

And that's how the real funny folks in life know they're onto something — when you just can't resist a chuckle in spite of yourself. Just check out the lines these folks are throwing out!

1. It's just math.

Reddit | ShadowSlayer35

I don't know, sounds like kind of an ambitious Monday if you ask me, but I can sure get on board with that Friday.

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2. Was this squirrel storing up guilt for the winter?

Reddit | wer190

Because that's some heavy, almost mother-level guilt it's slinging at the homeowner responsible for the stump it's standing on. Pixar's going to make a movie out of this.

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3. Staying ahead of the game.

I never would have thought to buy a sympathy card for my GF over something I did in a dream, but now I have seen the light.

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4. Thanks, Mom.

Reddit | Taran_McDohl

Now if only I could flip my retirement fund inside out and hand wash it in cold water. One day.

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5. I'll take "Things That Are Perfect" for $200, Alex.

Reddit | mattam24

The only bad thing about this phone case is that now everyone will want it and it'll lose its unique '80s charm.

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6. "My dog groomer said there had been an incident, but that she 'styled it out,'" the uploader wrote.

Reddit | pimack

And you can barely notice, right? All she basically did was let everybody know this pooch is a star, which is true.

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7. "Finally found out what the little pouch is for if you wear a kilt."

Reddit | flamingboard

Fun fact: that little pouch is called a sporran, and if it wasn't for putting a kitten in before, it is now.

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8. There's a reason the Chinese use the same word for both "crisis" and "opportunity."

Reddit | unrelenting1

No word on whether this will actually get you out of a ticket, but hey, it's got to be worth a shot, right?

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9. Speaking of opportunities in crises...

Reddit | assyrian

Apparently, everybody in Australia needed to hoard toilet paper at the same time? So now this jewelry store is sweetening the pot on a diamond ring in the best way possible. Think anyone will get desperate enough?

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10. Manny, are you okay?

Reddit | BwBavar

Some people would make jokes suggesting that there's no difference in acting ability between these CPR mannequins and the actual movie, but not me.

I wouldn't do such a thing.

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11. Now this manny is definitely okay.

Reddit | Nopopo49

Whoever dresses up the manatee-themed mailbox for the season is just the best kind of person, spreading joy in the world. Keep doing you!

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12. BRB, just updating my will.

Reddit | niamijneg

Guess I have a plan now! I really don't know if it will just end up in a lot of popcorn ash, but hey, I'm willing to give it a go.

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13. This is what technology was invented for.

Reddit | DeJMan

Redditor DeJMan uses his photoshop skills to splice animals together, and frankly, it's some delightful work. I hope he keeps it up.

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14. Is it wrong for a grown-up to want a bag meant for kids?

Reddit | Undertheweatherornot

Because if I was going to have just one bag, I think this would have to be it. And nobody would be able to stop me from singing "M-nah M-nah" to my heart's content.

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15. "I love my mailman. He tries," wrote the uploader.

Reddit | whereshegoes

That's an A for effort, and we will just not speak of the grade for execution. Honestly, it's enough that they would actually deliver a box of cat litter to the door.

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16. A hotel decided to take a lost teddy bear on a fun adventure before sending it back to its owner.

Reddit | rebirthandrecover

Little did they realize the teddy bear went home to the 28-year-old woman who owned it.

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17. Thanks, tips.

Reddit | [deleted]

Maybe, just maybe, there wouldn't be so many disease outbreaks if we all just washed our hands more often. It's not like we don't have the soap for it!

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18. Ah, satire.

Reddit | jcepiano

Somebody threw up these signs near a recruiting center. Probably didn't win any friends that day, but maybe it gave someone a good chuckle.

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19. It's not wrong.

Instagram | @snoopdogg

Of course, sometimes the M's are upside down W's, so watch out for those, too.

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20. Some say a robin is the first sign of spring.

Reddit | Your_Kindly_Despot

But it's probably more reliable to see when it's warm enough that potholes can bloom.

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