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A male comedian got tired of people saying women aren't funny, so he flipped it around.

This is a parody that the world has needed for a long time.

Um. Come again now?


But?

Despite the obvious satire, the point should be depressingly obvious to anyone who's ever said that women aren't funny.

Some men are very funny.

Some women are also very funny.

Men and women both funny. Who'da thunk it? Turns out being funny has a lot more to do with what's going on in your brain than what chromosomes you have.

Shocking, I know. If you need to go home and digest this one for a little while, I completely understand.

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