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Friday, May 21, 2021

The History of the Evil Laugh by Warren Bull

 




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5 comments:

Kait said...

Interesting – never thought about the evil laugh. MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA appeals to me. It has just the right touch of well, evil.

Margaret S. Hamilton said...

I'll add an evil laugh to my WIP, though a chuckle and a sneer are more in character for the bad guy. I like MWAHAHA.

Susan said...

Sounds like a good possibility for writers to consider, Warren.

KM Rockwood said...

Thanks for the info.

It brings to mind the question of gallows humor, which is surprisingly widespread (and not just in relation to actual gallows. A lot of cops, prison inmates, emergency room staff, etc. engage in it.)

Shari Randall said...

This has sparked a lot of ideas and a few chuckles. Thanks, Warren!