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?