Whenever dark things happen in my life, there is always some dark humour.
My favourite writer is Beckett and I keep going back to wallow in his work like a deep pool of dark humour or like an oxygen tank when you can't breath in a world consumed by piety, hypocrisy and self-satisfaction.
I like someone with a really good and dark sense of humour.
England and Denmark have a sense of irony and a darker sense of humour that you don't necessarily find in Germany and Sweden.
There's so much light in Broughty Ferry. I think the humour in Glasgow is darker, because it's much more gloomy, there's a perpetual misery there.
Humour and high seriousness... Perfect bedfellows, I think. Though I usually phrase it in terms of comedy and darkness. Comedy without darkness rapidly becomes trivial. And darkness without comedy rapidly becomes unbearable.
Faith means living with uncertainty - feeling your way through life, letting your heart guide you like a lantern in the dark.
Humour is a great vehicle for getting a message across. If you get too serious, you could die of starch.