I just remember a Richard Pryor Joke with him saying THE TWO DOODs.....
Ya know how people say "he's a brick short of a load"? Or a couple beers short of a six pack?
How about instead we start saying she's "Two Clowns short of a Circus
It's actually supposed to be a 'few' clowns short of a circus. But why a few? That makes no sense to me. Two gives it depth, the exact twoness
; it's TWO
clowns short of a circus, not a few clowns.
I mean really, a few? Fuck-a-few, how many is a few? Is she supposed to be really dumb or not so much dumb. Is the joke supposed to be really funny or not? Few is more than a couple and less than a gaggle, pick a number dumas! It's just not funny to me except with two.
And bonus points if you can point out the few irony...