I am sorry for all the pain and misery I have brought you both, not just now, from these past few years as well.
If comedy is born of pain and misery, he has already experienced more than his share.
On a Smiths-themed boat tour, the phrase ‘misery loves company’ is predictably proven.
late 14c., "condition of external unhappiness," from Old French misere "miserable situation, misfortune, distress" (12c.), from Latin miseria "wretchedness," from miser (see miser). Meaning "condition of one in great sorrow or mental distress" is from 1530s. Meaning "bodily pain" is 1825, American English.