In this post, we will provide a few funny response to how are you. Hope you will enjoy.
Funny response to how are you – Part 1
- I’m as fabulous as a unicorn in roller skates.
- I’m doing so well, I almost sprained my happiness muscle.
- Oh, you know, just living the dream…and by dream, I mean I fell asleep on the couch watching Netflix.
- I’m so good, I could win a gold medal in procrastination.
- I’m like a superhero without a cape, just missing the superpowers and the cool outfit.
- Well, I’m here, so I guess that’s a good start, right?
- I’m as happy as a clam at high tide…or at least as happy as a person who has no idea how happy clams actually are.
- I’m hanging in there, just like a sloth hanging from a tree branch.
- I’m doing great, except for the fact that my hair is having a really bad day. It’s in a serious feud with my comb.
- I’m so good, I make onions cry.
Funny response to how are you – part 2
- How am I? Well, let’s just say I’m running on a unique blend of caffeine, sarcasm, and questionable life choices.
- I’m like a rubber band that’s been stretched a little too far, but hey, I’m still bouncing back.
- If I were any better, I’d have to be twins. And trust me, the world isn’t ready for two of me.
- I’m doing as well as a penguin in the desert…slightly confused but making the best of it.
- How am I? Picture a chaotic tornado of emotions with a sprinkle of glitter on top. That about sums it up.
- I’m like a human mood swing, only without the swings. Just a lot of unpredictable moods.
- Oh, I’m just living the dream. You know, the one where I show up to work in my pajamas and everyone applauds my fashion statement.
- I’m doing so great that if happiness were money, I’d be filthy rich. Or at least, I’d have enough to buy a nice sandwich.
- Well, I’m here and not currently on fire, so I’d say things are going pretty well.
- I’m doing as fine as a piece of chocolate in a room full of dieters. Tempted, but trying to stay strong.
Remember, these responses are meant to be light-hearted and humorous. Use them wisely and gauge the situation before using them.