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How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 7 – Eliminate Comic Cliches
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 7 – Eliminate Comic Cliches- How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 7 – Eliminate Comic Cliches, I convince all comedians to extinguish all the hacky, trite, overused, tired, and stereotypical phrases and actions from stand-up comedy routines and shows.
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 6 – To Pun or Not to Pun
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 6 – To Pun or Not to Pun, I compare several different approaches to using puns, play-on-words, double entendres, ambiguous words or phrases, and double-meaning words in stand-up comedy jokes.
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 5 – Make Punchlines More Negative
How to Write Funnier Jokes In this joke writing article, How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 5 - Make Punchlines More Negative, I’ll show how stand-up comedians increase the pain within jokes to get bigger laughs. This is another skill to practice as you write and rewrite...
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 4 – Localize Comedy Routines
How to Write Funnier Jokes In this joke writing article, How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 4 - Localize Comedy Routines, I’ll show how localizing your comedy routines can get bigger laughs for the same jokes from local audiences. Previously in this series of joke...
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 3 – Use K-Words to Enhance Punchlines
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 3 – Use K-Words to Enhance Punchlines, shows you how to use certain consonants to add more punch to your joke writing.
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 2 – End Punchlines with the Reveal
How to Write Funnier Jokes Tip 2 focuses on how to end punchlines with a surprise. If you’re not getting the laughs you think your joke deserves, this tip can help you!
How to Write Funnier Jokes: Tip 1 Make Setups & Punchlines Short
How to write funnier jokes than other comedians: That’s where you can really get ahead of the curve. In this article, I’ll show you a tip on just how to make your joke funnier.
Top 5 Reasons to Take a Stand Up Comedy Class
These top 5 reasons to take a stand up comedy class shed light on ways to improve your stand up comedy routine in a fun, informative and professional way.
The Importance of Negative Opinions in Stand Up Comedy
What's Bugging You? A great stand up comedy premise usually begins with a negative opinion. But there’s a common misconception that having a negative opinion means you must feel hate, or strong anger. And sure, if you do feel hate (and it’s funny), or you do carry...
Joke Writing Part 1 – Building a Stand Up Comedy Routine
Joke Writing with Greg Dean In this online video clip, Greg shares some of the secrets of effective joke writing, the techniques behind it, and why it works. Stand Up Comedy, contrary to popular belief can be taught! This is just a short clip where Greg starts to...
The Best Training You’ll Ever Get!
Learn from the Professor of Stand Up Comedy – He’s got 40 years in the trenches teaching students how to maximize their “funny! with his tried and true techniques. Other comedy schools have tried to copy his methods, but they just don’t get it right. Don’t get a copy — get the real thing!