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You need only attend any stand-up comedy open mic anywhere in the world to experience this fact for yourself:
Anyone can suck at stand-up comedy.
Because of that fact, it should be very easy to understand why so many opportunities are available for those who don’t suck at stand-up comedy.
But the real question is:
Why do so many people suck at stand-up comedy — in many cases for years?
One of the more recognizable so-called comedy “experts” has made it a point to say that if you are telling stories as a comedian, you aren’t doing stand-up comedy.
That is 100% false.
Obviously, this particular comedy “expert” has never heard of or listened to some popular and hilarious story telling comedians like:
[one_half]- Bill Cosby
– Tim Allen
– Bill Hicks
– Paula Poundstone
– Jeff Foxworthy[/one_half][one_half_last]- Ron White
– Katt Williams
– Bill Engvall
– Eddie Izzard
– Gabriel Iglesias[/one_half_last][divider]
And the growing list goes on and on. Continue reading
I want to give you an example of the incredibly lame information that is provided to new and prospective comedians in popular stand-up comedy books, workshops and classes as well as on online stand-up comedy tips sites.
The Standard Blah Blah
Here’s the anatomy of a stand-up comedy joke that you will get from almost every resource:
A stand-up comedy joke has 3 primary parts: