ON EVIL LAUGHTER AND THE IMPORTANCE THEREOF

Bwah-ha-ha! Bwah-ha-ha! Bwah-ha-ha! And again I say bwah-ha-ha! Once more: bwah-ha-ha! You may ask, dear reader, why I continue to laugh evilly over and over and over and over and over and over again. Am I being tickled? Did I hear the greatest knock-knock joke ever devised? No, my repulsive readership. Sometimes it just feels good to laugh. Long and loud and evil.

I was also just reading this Wikipedia entry on evil laughter (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evil_laugh), and found it surprisingly edifying. Perhaps the most interesting point of the entry is that they are infrequently used as nouns. I feel that I should start a new trend of using evil laughter in a nounsenical format. To wit: “My bwah-ha-ha has no bananas.” Only, you know, a better example.

I am also drawn to the next statement: “An evil laugh is often entertaining for friends because each one may be unique.” Unique! Yes, even you can entertain your friends at parties with your very own unique evil laugh. Here, I will give 11 examples of evil laughs you can use at your next party for free. And don’t forget to use them as nouns, infrequently.

1. Moo-hoo-ha-ha-gai-pan.

2. Ha-ha-ha! Ho!

3. Teedly-deedly-diddly-da-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

4. Honk-whee! Na-na-na-na-na!

5. Jammin’ on the one, ja-jammin’ on the, jammin’ on the one!

6. Ha-chi! Maw-chi! Ha-chi! Maw-chi!

7. Gwuh-huh-huh-huh!

8. Ha.

9. La la la la laughter!

10. Bwoo-hoo-hoo!

11. Heh.

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