I like to think of myself of having a fantastic sense of humor and a quick wit. I’d also like to imagine that others find me so funny, that I might as well quit my day job and become a comedian. But, alas, this is not so.
A while back, a certain friend of mine coined the term “Diana”. It is a verb, meaning to take something funny too far and make it not funny.
How to Use Diana in sentence properly:
The joke was funny the first time, but after hearing 3 days in a row, you Diana-ed it.
Well that was about 3 year ago, and the term has somehow stuck around. Now, I am embracing it and spreading the word by writing a how-to manual on how to properly Diana, The Art of Dianaing. The full length book is in progress, but to all of you who can’t wait to start Dianaing, here are the 2 basic rules to ensure that you do it properly:
1. Make a joke about something that is clearly not supposed to be funny.
2. If you are going to Diana, give it you’re all. No half-assing.
I make Diana-ing look easy, but that’s I have nearly 25 years of experience. If you really want to be learn to Diana, you have to practice everyday and not be afraid to get your hands dirty. If you’d like to learn more about how to perfect the Art of Diana, please send me $200 dollars, you will automatically be endowed with my abilities. I promise :).