A pregnant woman who is known to make her jokes on the job has been named the funnier of the two.
Jill Dillard, 36, has been making jokes about her pregnancy for a decade and has received awards for her work.
Her husband Chris is an award-winning comic.
But it’s not just jokes she’s been doing.
In 2013 she became pregnant with their fourth child.
Dillard was at her home in Sydney when she started to feel discomfort with her delivery.
She took a look around and realised she was pregnant.
She realised she could make jokes, but not quite the ones that would go viral on the internet.
The couple decided to go to a doctor for a check-up, and after they found out it was a normal pregnancy, they took their little girl home and didn’t even tell anyone.
“I thought, ‘Oh my God, I’m pregnant.
I’m so excited’,” she said.”
But when I saw that I felt uncomfortable, because I was really anxious about it.”
Her husband was also feeling anxious about his first child, and so he had to give his first ultrasound.
She thought she might not be able to cope with it, but she said it made her laugh even more.
“If it wasn’t for my husband I don’t think I would be here,” she said, adding that her laughter was infectious.
“It’s not a joke, it’s a joy.
You can’t even put it down.
It’s just a joy to be around.”
Dillard said she was able to share her jokes with friends and colleagues.
“When I laugh it’s like a badge of honour for everyone to hear, even if they’re not laughing,” she explained.
“People will actually think, ‘I’m not laughing at her joke.
That’s really funny.'”
People are so grateful for what she’s doing.
“Topics:comedy,religion-and-beliefs,australiaFirst posted October 03, 2019 08:40:24Contact Gina TaylorMore stories from Western Australia