To The Magicians Who Are Upset By “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone”
I understand that a lot of magicians are all butt-hurt over the new “Burt Wonderstone” film because magicians are being portrayed as cheesy, corny, and socially awkward.
Look, you humorless twats: stereotypes about magicians came from SOMEWHERE, and I’ll bet my left nut that if YOU are upset by this, you are EXACTLY who the film was making fun of.
Smash all your sparkly magic boxes, use the wood to build a bridge, and get over it… because if you can’t laugh at yourself, the rest of us will gladly do it for you.
That is all.
Posted on March 20, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged adult comedy magician, alan arkin, burt wonderstone, comedian, comedian in iowa, comedians in iowa, comedy-magic, comedy-magician, entertainer in iowa, entertainers in iowa, entertainment in iowa, film, funny magician, illinois comedian, illinois comedy magician, illinois magician, iowa comedian, iowa comedians, iowa comedy magician, iowa entertainer, iowa entertainers, iowa entertainment, iowa magician, iowa magicians, jim carrey, magic, magic show, magician, magician in iowa, magicians, magicians in iowa, minnesota comedian, minnesota comedy magician, minnesota magician, movie, olivia wilde, rated R magic show, steve buscemi, steve carell, the incredible burt wonderstone, wisconsin comedian, wisconsin comedy magician, wisconsin magician. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.