Yes. it can be a personal comment.
It can also be very true. There is a reason for grumpiness, sometimes. Back pain, toothache, arthritis, gas cramps, are all things that can result in a lack of cheerfulness.
Now as for fat broad, well……I is what I is. Yes, I meant the lack of proper grammar.\
Some paid relievers help with some pains, others help with other pains. I think that the worst pain possible is to be surrounded by a lack of joy or humor. To laugh is to lighten your soul and make you feel better. Even when things around are not what you want them to be, it can be possible to find something to laugh about.
If you knew about an old group that appeared in old movies called the Keystone Cops, they were a good example of slapstick comedy. A good pie in the face, a bucket of water on the head, a cigar that pops when lit, all these can trigger a knee jerk reaction of laughter.
The Roadrunner, the Three Stooges, Bugs Bunny were all thought to be silly. There was also something special about them that could create a light hearted feeling in the person watching.
I MISS THEM.
The world has a lot of “serious” going on right now. It needs humor, a chance to laugh and feel better even if only for a little while. So, when you can, find a way to laugh. You can feel better. It does work and help.