This past week has been quite interesting for me. I hoped to go participate in some of the local open mic nights at some of the pubs; but, it wasn't to be. First of all, humans need to start appreciating life a bit more. There's no need to keep taking each other out! Nature will take her due course and eradicate people on an individual basis whether due to their biological timing or other factors.
But, when you push the motion of transition from one realm of life into the next, it expands my work load and I have to stop to come lead those who are deceased on to the other side. And it's depressing because when you cause it to happen, then they aren't ready to go, and they aren't happy to make the trip.
I've had a few who wanted to remain and, at that request I have to allow it. But, the majority, weeping all the way through the tunnel to the next level is depressing.
And you know I want to get out of that gig.
So, watch out FOR each other, not because you have to, but because you want to. That will cut back on my work load and I can get back to writing the funny and hitting up the local comedy joints to lay some hilarity down.
Also, I got a canary for a pet. This should be fun!
Good evening, ladies and germs. I have been working in a most depressing field for years and years and years and years and years and years and...you get the idea.
It's not only depressing, but it's sad. I have to go to places where gathering the souls of others are heartbreaking.
So, I have decided to break my chains of this "collection agency" and use that as my day job (as they call it) while I plan to move forward and into a new world where I bring myself forward into a brighter, happier world.
Yes, I've not only begun writing jokes to use during my stand-up at open mike nights, but I am also looking for a girlfriend and a pet that fits my personality. I wouldn't mind getting a part-time gig working with the living as opposed to always working with the dead.
I have set a goal for myself, and I hope to get a bigger, better world started for myself, and I hope you'll be a part of it. Maybe I'll see you at a stand-up gig, or at another kind of show, but, if I have to see you during my regular job, then you'll see me at my saddest moments. Want to know when to expect me to visit? Visit the Death Clock by clicking here.
Feel free to post to me in the comments section below. But, be nice, or I may decide to come visit you sooner than later.
It isn't what you think. This isn't going to be about the many ways to die or how people die, it isn't going to be a ton of obituaries (although we will post tributes when they make the news). It isn't about grief counseling or any sort like that.
This blog is by the Grim Reaper himself: Death. Bored with a life of only dealing in death, Death's new course of action--while maintaining his job of leading you to the Other Side--is now to find his own happiness in a world of tears.
He has taken to the road and done a few stand-up gigs trying to turn tragedy into comedy. He has been searching for a girlfriend. He wants to have a pet.
And this is his story, his blog, and he invites you to travel down this journey with him as he tries to make his life better, and hopefully inspire you to make your own life better. As he says, "Life is short - I should know. Make the best of the time you have!"
Death, onstage, at a show in Buffalo, NY.
His jokes really killed the audience.
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