Top Ten comebacks for someone with no sense of humour

What to say to someone with no sense of humour

Dealing with someone who doesn’t have a sense of humour is no laughing matter. People who lack a sense of humour, or the ability to laugh at themselves, can be draining and suck the fun out of any situation.

Sure, not everyone is going to think you are funny and appreciate your sense humour but it is not really about you. It is about being able to let your hair down and have a good time instead of being the resident party pooper.

A sense of humour can be regional, for example, people who live in Australia have a different sense of humour than people in America. The Brits are world famous for their witty sarcasm, and the Irish are known for their funny stories and the Aussie’s for a raunchier approach.

You can tell how smart people are by what they laugh at.  – Tina Fey

If you want to tell someone to lighten up, here are a few things you can say to get your point across

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What to say when someone doesn’t have a sense of humour

  1. You know what’s funny? Lots of stuff, so lighten up.
  2. Some people just lack the ability to laugh at themselves.That’s where I come in.
  3. Sorry you interpreted my brilliant joke as horribly offensive.
  4. You find it offensive. That’s funny. That’s why I am’ happier than you.
  5. Keep calm and lighten up.
  6. I hear there’s a new app called a sense of humor. Maybe you should download it?
  7. Don’t take life so seriously, it’s not like you are going to get out alive.
  8. Sorry, I offended your humorlessness cultural sensitivity.
  9. It’s nice when someone can reply to your sarcasm with sarcasm, instead of getting offended.
  10. If I throw a lamp at you, will you lighten up?
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What to say to someone who gets offended easily

What to say to someone who is EASILY OFFENDED

Have you ever met anyone who is offended by every little thing? Being around someone who is easily offended is beyond annoying and can take the joy out of any social situation. It feels like you are dealing with someone with the emotional age of a toddler who can throw a tantrum at any moment.

People who are easily offended blame other people for their emotions instead of taking responsibility for how they feel. They always play the victim card. If you live in a constant loop trying to catch other people doing something wrong, you are in a pretty miserable state of mind.

Snowflakes are easily offended by every little thing

There seems to be a new breed of people who are offended by everything. They grew up receiving participation trophies and constant feedback of how wonderful and amazing they are. This same group can’t take feedback, and if someone disagrees with their point of view, they melt down. Having a meltdown or getting offended every time someone has a different point of view from your own makes it impossible to have a discussion.

If you get fed up with someone trying to control your language and speech and acting like they are superior and PC (politically correct), here are a few things you can say.

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What to say to someone who gets offended easily

  1. It must be exhausting getting offended by everything.
  2. I would like to apologize to anyone I haven’t offended. I am sure I will get to you shortly.
  3. Sorry for the mean accurate things I said.
  4. You find it offensive. That’s funny. That’s why I am happier than you.
  5. I’m offended by how easily you’re offended!
  6. In time, I’m sure I’ll offend everyone I know.
  7. Oh, I offended you with my opinion, you should see the ones I keep to myself.
  8. Announcing “I’m offended” is basically telling the world you can’t control your own emotions, so everyone else should do it for you.
  9. Just because you’re offended, doesn’t mean you’re right.
  10. I did not mean to offend you… that was just a bonus.

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Top ten comebacks for someone who gets angry over small things

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Have you ever spent time with somebody who gets all wound up over the smallest things? Being around someone who is angry and overreacts can suck the fun out of any situation, and you find yourself thinking, “I didn’t sign up for this.”

You expect people of a certain age to be in control of their emotions and act appropriately instead of lashing out at others.

I know someone who is sensitive to loud noises, and he gets really angry when people drop things and are noisy. The people who spend time with Darren think he is overreacting, but he thinks he is justified telling people to be quiet. Darren should put in a pair of earplugs and stop expecting people to cater to his special needs. After all, it’s not like he owns the library or the coffee shop.

Darren is self-employed and often works on his online business in coffee shops and in the workroom/quiet room at the library. Somebody working in the quiet room started typing loudly, and Darren kept turning around and giving them the evil eye. He even told the girl to be quiet. For real? Darren, get over yourself!

The comebacks below will let the offender know they need to get their act together and calm down.

What to say to someone who gets angry and overreacts

1. Don’t get your knickers in a knot. Nothing is solved and it only makes you walk funny.
2. Calm down. Take a deep breath and then hold it for about twenty minutes.
3. You can’t control the things that happen to you, but you can control your reaction to them.
4. When shit happens make fertilizer.
5. Every sixty seconds you spend upset is a minute of happiness you’ll never get back.
6. Control your emotion or it will control you.
7. Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.
8. Stop letting people who do so little for you control so much of your mind, feelings and emotions..
9. Some people create their own storms and then get upset when it rains.
10. Chuck it in the f*ck it bucket and move on.

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Snarky replies when a nosy person asks where you were

What to say when someone asks where you were

You may have been out having a late night with your friends and you are feeling fantastic until you get the text, “Where were you?”

Unless you are in a seriously committed relationship you are under no obligation to share where you are every minute of the day with a nosy person. It’s nobody’s business, and even in a healthy relationship, we all need to maintain our own sense of identity and spend time alone with our close friends.

If you have an ultra-jealous partner who wants to know where you are at all times, they may feel threatened that you’re spending time with people without including them. People approach things from their own place of insecurity, some partners feel the need to be the most important thing in their significant others’ lives.

If you get tired of someone overreacting because you haven’t checked in and they don’t know where you are, use one of our clever comebacks.

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