Is comedy better when it’s honest, or is it OK to lie from the stage for a laugh? Everyone has their thoughts; I’m curious to hear them.
I may not be able to donate much money to charity, but when asked, I can provide laughter. It might not solve problems, but it helps.
When someone meets a comedian, they always assume they’re going to end up as part of the act; that jokes about them will be told on stage.
It’s funny how some people make an impact on us, while we leave nothing of value in their memory. Which I suppose can be positive, or negative.
Who would you rather emulate: the person who finds fault in everyone and everything, or the guy who injures himself and can laugh about it?
You’d think hearing “Hey, you got mentioned on the Joe Rogan Experience” would elicit joy, but in my case it brought about anxiety.