caution-bewareIf you do a search online for “how to write a joke”, you will find an abundance of information that has little if any actionable value.

To be brutally honest — much of this information is absolutely worthless for trying to construct a stand-up comedy act – much less one that will actually generate any laughs.

So what I want to do in this article is identify some key terms and phrases that are used in association with the largely worthless “how to write a joke” content on page one and beyond on Google (or any other search engine for that matter) that should raise a red flag and more than a hint of skepticism as you find that info. Read the rest of this entry

If you managed to find this article because you were interested in information on:

How to write a joke or how to write a stand-up comedy joke…

Let me ask you a question:

Are you trying to figure out how to write something that “reads” funny or are you trying to figure out how to write something that is funny when you express it to an audience?
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Virtually everyone has told a street joke (which is the stand-up comedy term for jokes told on the street).

However most comedians discount the value of having a cache of carefully selected, edited and well-rehearsed street jokes at their disposal.

Let me say this – street jokes as a general rule are NOT considered stand-up comedy material.

But here’s what I can tell you about street jokes…
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