I get giddy with the idea of stringing words together that make people laugh.
To me, feminism means equality between men and women. I want to make people laugh and also point out some injustices or inequalities I see.
To really be on stage and not know what you're going to say, and to be able to say something that makes people laugh, or do something that's sort of abstract or off the beaten path and have people connect to it by just putting your ideas together, that really makes me happy.
I have been accused of making people laugh, maybe when it's not appropriate, during scenes.
I love to laugh. I love to make people laugh.
I want to make films that make people laugh hard, and I am not afraid to walk away from this business tomorrow.
Not necessarily in the beginning, thinking I would have a career in comedy, but I was always interested in making people laugh.
I'm a confident person. I just try to be me. I like to make people laugh, I am a comedienne - so if people find me sexy, that's awesome.
I just like making people laugh.
At the end of the day, even if my part is a bit goofy, the key thing is that I'm doing what I love to do, and that's to make people laugh.
There were never that many women stand-up comics in the past because the power to make people laugh is also a power that gets people upset.
I love comedy. I love to make people laugh. (But) anything that's telling a good story makes me happy. So, I just like to be part of the storytelling process.
I'm sporty, active, bubbly, I like to make people laugh... I'm the jokester. But I'm also very traditional.
In comedy you feel you need to go back to the theatre every now and again, you feel you need to go back to an audience every now and again to see if you're still getting your craft right, making people laugh at the moments you think they should and that sort of thing.
I am an old-fashioned storyteller. I try to make people laugh and cry. A fiction writer's duty is to entertain. If you can sneak in something profound or symbolic, so much the better.
Honestly, I was a good kid but I figured out pretty early that I had a gift for making people laugh. I wanted to entertain and when that happens you tend to get yourself in trouble in class.
I was never a hammy child. But I could make people laugh.
I do like to make films with a political theme, but sometimes it's nice simply to make people laugh. That's the hardest thing to do in fact.
To me, there's nothing greater than making people laugh.
I love making people laugh.
I think comedy's just about being interested in comedy and what makes people laugh and experimenting.
I guess that is my favorite thing - to make people laugh and also to maybe engage them emotionally and touch them somehow in telling the story.
I make people laugh for a living. I believe I can say objectively that what I do I do as well as anybody. Just say I'm one of the best broken field runners that ever lived. For 35 years I was a cult hero, an underground funny.
It's so great to be able to make people laugh, because this is so often how we get our selves back.
If you want to make people laugh, your face must remain serious.
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