5 Moments where Chandler Couldn't Control his Sarcasm

Chandler is the Funniest character amongst all the six main characters of the American sitcom, FRIENDS. We love Chandler for his wit, sense of humour, high intellect and caring nature.

5 Moments where Chandler Couldn't Control his Sarcasm 5 Moments where Chandler Couldn't Control his Sarcasm Source : Press

If you live Chandler, Here’s a list of 5 Moments where Chandler Couldn't Control his Sarcasm.

1. “You sure he’ll crack the code?” :

joey: When you see Frankie, tell him Joey Tribbiani says hello. He’ll know what it means.

Chandler: you sure he’ll crack the code?

The smooth sarcasm that chandler throws is beyond perfection. This one liner portrayed joey’s innocent and Chandler’s alert Presence of mind.

2. “Oh, my goodness, where did you hide it?”

Phoebe brings Chandler and Monica, a big present wrapped in blue paper for their married life. In this Joke Chandler’s wit is very high and as the actor who played the role of Chandler, Matthew Perry, wrote his own jokes, we can conclude that the actor and his character both have a keen intelligence. 

3. “Because sometimes phoebe, after you sleep with someone, you have to kill a fish.

Chandler and Phoebe’s friendship was one of the purest friendships in the history of American television shows. Phoebe being flaky and Chandler being a Hoot gave us the Highest number of jokes on this show.

4. “I’m not great at the advice, Can I interest you in a sarcastic comment?”

Throughout the entire show, it's Chandler that's known as the funny one. (And I won't disagree.) Could someone BE any funnier? Right?

5. “On the scale of one to ten, ten being the dumbest a person can be, you are definitely 19”

 Joey, in preparation for an audition, puts on his best impression of a 19-year-old. It takes everything in Chandler to not tell him he looks ridiculous, but then PlayStations and New York Knicks jerseys come into the mix, and all bets are off. On a scale of one to 10, Joey will always be a 19 in our hearts — and so will Chandler's always on-point sarcasm.