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Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 5: Pay Attention to History

In this blog, Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 5: Pay Attention to History, I’ll explain how comedians use history as fodder for their jokes.

Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 4: Know the Latest Trends

In this blog, Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 4: Know the Latest Trends, I’ll explain a game where you’ll check out the latest social trends to be ahead of the crowd. This will be easy for you if you have kids. They know all the latest trends.

Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 3: Investigate Things You Dislike

In this blog, Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 3: Investigate Things You Dislike, I’ll ask you to put yourself into situations you find deplorable to hone your negative opinions.

Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 2: Be Aware of the Details

In this blog, Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 2: Be Aware of the Details, I’ll ask you to play a game that makes you aware of objects and the details within them.

Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 1: Notice What Others Miss

In this blog, Comedy Classes in Your Mind – Lesson 1: Notice What Others Miss, I’ll introduce the concept of how to create comedy classes in your mind so you…

How to Write Jokes – Joke Writing Part 4 – How to Write Punch Lines

In this article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Writing Part 4 – How to Write Punch Lines, I’ll cover how assumptions open the door to the ideas for your punch lines.

How to Write Jokes – Joke Writing Part 3

In this article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Writing Part 3, I’ll discuss the two styles of setups.

How to Write Jokes – Joke Writing Part 2

In this article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Writing Part 2, I’ll explain the ingredients that go into makes an excellent joke setup.

How to Write Jokes – Joke Writing Part 1

In this article, How to Write Jokes – Jokes Writing Part 1, I’ll discuss the opposite relationship between the setup and the punch.

How to Write Jokes – Joke Structure Part 7

In this article, How to Write Jokes – Joke Structure Part 7, I’ll show how the target assumption and reinterpretation are two interpretations of the central mechanism, the connector.

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