A Guide to Being Funny

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A guide to being funny. If you have a sense of humour, you understand that it’s harder to be funny than it looks. So, in an attempt to provide another tool for you to use on your way toward achieving belly-laughs everywhere, I’ve put together these handy tips to help you along the way.

Becoming a comedian might seem daunting and out of reach for many people. Although there are many paths that can help you become a successful comedian, the truth is, it’s really not all that hard and anyone can do it! Even if you’re just looking for a few laughs every now and then, this is the definitive guide on how to be funny without trying too hard.

Being funny is hard. No really, I mean it’s really hard to be funny. Things that are funny partially rely on the social context of the moment. A statement can be true but without the context to make it funny, it can fail miserably, like this joke.

Why did the chicken cross the road?” Well, going into detail about why, and really that’s not important, because all you need to know was that he was crossing the road and then you would have gotten the joke.

It’s a great skill, being funny. Being able to make people laugh is something many of us desire yet few succeed at. What most people don’t realize, however, is that it’s not an art. It’s a science. There are specific rules and formulas for being funny, but don’t worry this article isn’t as lame as it sounds.

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Understand your audience

A Guide to Being Funny

Understanding your audience is the first step in creating a great message. The more you know about who they are, what they do and how they think, the more effective your marketing will be.

When I work with clients, the first thing I do is get to know them. What do they like? What don’t they like? What questions do they ask themselves every day? Where do they go for information? Who are their competitors and what makes them different from each other?

By answering these questions and more, I can help my clients create a clear picture of their ideal customer. This helps them narrow down their audience so that all of their content is relevant to the people who matter most: people like them who will buy from them because they trust them.

Once you have an idea of who your audience is, the next step is learning how to speak their language. For example, if you sell office supplies but work in an office full of women executives, there’s no point in using words like “pencils” or “staplers” when describing your products.

Instead, use terms like “paper clips” and “hole punches.” It’s not just about using language that appeals to your demographic; it’s also about using terms that help people understand what.

When you know your audience, you can make your content more relevant to them. Know what they like, what they don’t like and what they expect. Also, you can make sure that you are delivering value by writing content that is relevant to them.

The second rule of thumb is to provide value in the form of actionable tips and resources. These resources can be in the form of links to other sites or articles or even downloadable PDFs with more information about a particular topic.

If you don’t have time or money to invest in creating these resources yourself, there are plenty of websites out there that allow you to do so for free or at a very low cost (I’ll list some examples below).

I’m not talking about an audience of people who are watching you; I’m talking about an audience of one. The person you need to impress is yourself.

The reason we don’t succeed is because we don’t care enough about what we’re doing to do it well. When we care enough, we do things well. That’s why artists draw and write every day; they want to get better at their art form. When you’re writing your book, it’s for this reason: You want to get better at writing books.

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Tell stories

The best way to get people to care about your product is by telling them a story. The more personal the story, the better.

When a company tells me they’re doing something that’s going to help me do my job better, I don’t believe it. When they tell me how their product has improved their own lives, I pay attention.

Stories are powerful because they’re not just about you they’re about what you stand for and what you want to achieve as a company. They allow you to connect with people on an emotional level and show them that your company is more than just an idea or a product; it’s an idea or product that can make a positive impact on their lives.

We all love a good story. And the best stories are the ones that make us feel something.

So if you want to get your ideas across, don’t just talk about them – tell a story around them.

If you’re trying to explain how something works, tell a story about how it helped you out of a jam. If you’re pitching an idea for a new product or service, tell a story about how people might use it and what benefits they’ll see from using it.

Stories are powerful. They are the most effective way to communicate a message. They make complex ideas simple and easy to understand.

Stories help us connect with each other. They build relationships and connections between people. They allow us to share emotions, experiences and lessons learned in a way that’s more personal than any other form of communication.

Stories don’t just help us connect with each other; they also help us connect with our purpose. When we hear or read about someone else’s struggles, triumphs, successes and failures, we relate it back to ourselves and our own lives.

It helps us understand what matters most in this world: love, compassion, loyalty, courage and determination all of which are qualities that make an organization great.

Storytelling is one of the most powerful ways to engage your audience. People remember stories better than facts, and stories make it easier for your audience to understand complex concepts.

To tell a story, you need to understand its structure. Most stories have five stages:

1. The setup – The beginning of the story, where the characters and setting are established and the conflict begins.

2. Rising action – The middle section of the story, where tension builds as the protagonist struggles against an increasingly difficult force or problem.

3. Climax – The high point of emotional intensity in a story; usually near the end of rising action when everything comes together and reaches its most intense point before falling away again into resolution.

4. Falling action – The part of a story that occurs after climax; it brings events to their conclusion but does not necessarily tie up loose ends or resolve all issues raised by earlier stages in the narrative (sometimes called denouement).

5. Resolution – Final outcome of a plot line, including how everything turns out for characters involved in a story’s events

In my first book, I wrote about the importance of telling stories in our lives. It’s a lesson I learned from my father, who told me his own story (and I’ll share some of it with you).

When I was a little kid, we would visit my grandparents’ house in the summertime. There were always lots of people there. My mom’s parents lived in a small town outside of Chicago called Oak Park, and it was full of history Frank Lloyd Wright had designed a number of homes there, including the one my grandfather lived in. It was also full of stories.

My grandmother would tell us about her childhood growing up during World War II and how she used to go into basements during air raids because they were safer than being on the street above ground where she might get hit by shrapnel from exploding bombs. Or how her father worked at an aircraft factory making parts for B-17 bombers and one time he accidentally dropped a piece of metal on his foot and got blood poisoning that almost killed him before doctors figured out what was wrong with him and treated him properly.

And how she used to play dress-up as a little girl with her friends because they didn’t have any toys but they did have imagination.

We’ve all heard the advice to tell a story when you’re giving a presentation. It’s great advice, but it can be hard to come up with good stories on the fly.

Here are some tips for telling better stories:

1. Choose a story that has an emotional centre. People remember stories that move them emotionally and help them see the world in a different light. Stories that tap into our emotions are also more likely to be shared with others later on. So choose a story that will make people feel something hope, sadness, joy, etc.

2. Think of your audience’s point of view before telling your story. You might be telling an anecdote about your kids or your job as a nurse; however, if you think about how your audience might react to this story before sharing it, you’ll know whether to include certain details or not.

For example, if you’re talking about how hard it is to get kids ready for school in the morning and someone in your audience has young children at home, they might have some great stories of their own! If there’s anything else going on in their life at the time (like if they have just had surgery) then it may be better not.

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Know when not to tell a joke

Jokes can be a great way to break the ice and get people laughing, but there are some situations where it’s best to leave them out. If you’re not sure whether or not it’s OK to tell a joke, ask yourself these questions.

If someone is having a bad day or has just experienced an upsetting situation, they may not want to hear jokes. So, if you’re talking to someone who looks like they’re having a bad day or is in an emotional state, avoid jokes until they seem more comfortable.

And if you’re in an uncomfortable situation yourself for example, if you’re speaking at an event where everyone else seems nervous too don’t try to make things better by telling jokes. It could end up making everyone feel worse!

If you’re in charge of something like a meeting or event, think carefully before telling jokes that might be offensive or inappropriate for other people present.

If you’re speaking at an event and someone tells a joke that offends some people in the audience, that could damage your reputation as well as theirs so it’s best not to encourage such behaviour by telling jokes yourself.

A joke is a short narrative, usually humorous, and generally with a punch line. The humour may be in the wording of the joke or in the fact that it is told. A person who tells a joke to an audience is called a comedian.

Jokes are often used to make light of serious matters. They can be used to make taboo topics such as death and war seem less serious. Jokes can also be used for other purposes such as teaching or training, especially by people who want their audience to learn something while being entertained.

When you are telling jokes, there are some things you should keep in mind:

1. Know your audience – Is your audience going to appreciate the joke? If they aren’t familiar with the context or background of the joke, they may not get it at all or they might not understand why you thought it was funny.

2. Don’t tell dirty jokes – Some people don’t like dirty jokes, even if they’re funny! It’s best not to tell them unless you know everyone will appreciate them and won’t take offense at their content.

3. Don’t tell offensive jokes – Some jokes are offensive because they make fun of groups of people who have been historically oppressed

A joke is a short story that’s told for its humour. Some jokes are based on puns and others make fun of something or someone.

Here are some tips on when not to tell a joke:

1.When it’s not appropriate. If you’re at a funeral, don’t tell any jokes about death or dying. If you’re at a job interview, don’t tell any jokes about being late or having bad work habits

2.When it might offend someone else. There’s no way to know what will offend someone else, so think carefully before making fun of something they care deeply about — their religion, race or sexual orientation, for example

3.If it relies on stereotypes or prejudices. You may not even realize that your joke relies on stereotypes until someone points them out to you

There’s a time and a place for humour. But not every situation is the right time, and not every joke is the right joke.

A good rule of thumb is that if you’re telling a joke to someone who doesn’t want to hear it, don’t tell it. If you’re telling a joke to someone who does want to hear it, don’t stop until they tell you to stop.

That’s not easy. But it’s a better strategy than trying to figure out what jokes are okay by reading body language or other social cues (which are too subtle for most people).

The best way to know when not to tell a joke is by knowing when it would be inappropriate or insensitive. You might think “that’s mean” or “that doesn’t sound funny” or worse, that the person will think badly of you but usually those aren’t good reasons not to tell something (or at least not good enough).

You might think that telling jokes is an essential part of socializing and being liked by your colleagues and customers, but that’s not always true. If you’re not very confident with your sense of humour or you don’t have much confidence in what you’re saying especially if it’s related to your job then it’s probably better to keep quiet than risk offending someone with an off-colour joke.

There are a few situations where telling jokes is usually appropriate:

When people ask for them — if someone wants to hear your joke, then go ahead and tell it!

When it’s appropriate for the situation (e.g., during a birthday party)

When everyone else is doing it — if others are telling jokes, then feel free to join in too!

If you want to keep your job and your reputation intact, there are times when it’s best not to tell a joke. What are those times? Here are some guidelines for when it’s OK to tell a joke and when it’s not:

1. Jokes about your boss or clients aren’t funny.

2. Jokes about race, gender, sexual orientation or religion aren’t funny either — especially if they’re mean-spirited.

3. Don’t tell a joke that could be interpreted as offensive or hurtful by anyone in the room (or beyond).

4. Don’t use humour as a way to avoid dealing with a difficult situation — like being fired from your job!

You should never tell a joke if you’re not sure whether the person you’re telling it to will find it funny.

If you’re not sure if someone will get your joke, then don’t tell it. That’s not being mean; that’s just being considerate.

Don’t tell a joke if someone doesn’t like being teased or made fun of, even gently.

For example, I have several friends who have been diagnosed with depression and anxiety disorders. If I were to make fun of them for having these illnesses, even in a joking way, they would not be happy about it.

That’s why I don’t tell jokes about mental illness unless I know that the person has a sense of humour about it and doesn’t mind being teased about their condition.

Others might find my jokes offensive or insensitive because they’ve had negative experiences with mental illness themselves or because they care deeply about people who have suffered from these conditions and want to protect them from harm or ridicule.

In this case, they may take offense at my joking around about mental illness even if the intended target isn’t offended by it themselves.

In general, if someone is sensitive about something whether because they’ve suffered personally or because they care deeply about others who have suffered then

Learn to project confidence

Confidence is a quality that is attractive, admired and respected. It’s not only about how you look, but also how you feel. Confidence is the key to success in any area of life, whether it’s in your career or personal relationships.

Confidence is important because it gives you the ability to get things done and achieve goals. If you don’t feel confident, then it is hard to accomplish anything because you will be worried about failure or not being good enough. When you are confident, your mind becomes clear and focused on what needs to be done.

The key to projecting confidence is to believe in yourself and believe that you can achieve whatever goal you set for yourself. You must believe that if there were barriers in front of you, they would fall apart easily with just one push from your hands or feet. You must believe that success comes easily to those who work hard at achieving their goals and dreams.

If you’re unsure of yourself and your abilities, it can be difficult to convey your value in the workplace. Confidence is what gets you noticed by your boss and helps you get promoted.

It’s also what allows you to sell yourself in a job interview. Unfortunately, many people aren’t confident because they don’t feel like they have anything to be confident about.

One of the best ways to project confidence is by dressing the part. This means wearing clothes that fit well and look good on you not just from an aesthetic standpoint, but from an engineering standpoint as well.

A good suit will make you look like someone who knows what he or she is doing, regardless of whether or not this is actually true!

Confidence is the key to success. You can have all the skills in the world, but if you don’t believe in yourself, no one will take you seriously.

Projecting confidence isn’t about pretending to be something you’re not it’s about putting your best foot forward and portraying yourself as someone who knows what they’re doing. To do so effectively, you need to adopt certain habits and behaviours that will make others believe in you.

Here are seven ways to project confidence:

1. Own up to your mistakes.

2. Speak clearly and loudly enough for people to hear you.

3. Stand tall with your shoulders back and chest out.

4. Look people in the eye when they speak with them (and smile!).

5. Be friendly, but keep it professional when talking with strangers or acquaintances at work or school (no hugging or high-fiving!).

6. Dress well for every occasion possible — this includes wearing clothes that fit properly and match each other well!

Confidence is a trait that can be learned. It’s not something you’re born with, but rather something you develop over time.

A study by Stanford University found that the most effective leaders are those who convey confidence. For example, when interviewing for a job, there’s no better way to impress your potential employer than by showing them how much faith you have in your abilities and yourself.

The clothes you wear can affect how others see you, so make sure they’re appropriate for the situation. When dressing for work, make sure your clothing is clean and pressed, and try to avoid wearing too many accessories or bright colours that could distract from your message.

If necessary, ask a friend or family member who has good fashion sense to help pick out an outfit for an important presentation or meeting; their advice will be more valuable than anything you find online or in magazines.

Learn to use your body language

Body language is a powerful form of communication. It can help you get your point across and make you seem more confident and credible, or it can leave people feeling unsure or uninterested.

If you don’t know how to use your body language effectively, it can be difficult to communicate effectively. Body language is an important part of communication, but it’s not the only part there are many other aspects of communication that play a role, including facial expressions and voice tone.

Body language happens automatically, so it can be hard to change your behaviour once it’s set in stone. However, by paying attention to how others react to your body language and modifying it accordingly, you can improve your ability to communicate with others in ways that will make them feel comfortable around you.

Body language is a powerful tool. It can help you get what you want out of life or it can sabotage your relationships and career, You may not realize how much people pick up on your body language, but they do.

Even if you’re not paying attention to the way you’re standing or sitting, other people are. They’re looking at your facial expressions, the way your arms are crossed over your chest and how often you blink.

Your body language is constantly being observed by others, so it’s important to know how to use it properly. Here are five ways to improve your body language:

Don’t cross your arms across your chest when talking with someone else instead, keep them relaxed by placing them behind or in front of you.

You may not realize it, but your body language speaks volumes about how you feel. When you’re with a group of people or at a business meeting, make sure you’re sending the right signals by using these tips:

Stand up straight. Good posture shows confidence and self-esteem, so keep your shoulders back and chin up when you talk with someone important or in front of others.

Look them in the eye. It’s better to look directly into their eyes instead of at the ceiling or floor. If you’re sitting down, look at their chest or face instead of below the waist.

Don’t fold your arms across your chest. This looks defensive and closed off, so keep them open when having a conversation with someone new or someone important to your career advancement.

Keep your hands out of your pockets unless you’re sitting down at a table or desk then they should rest on top of it while you talk instead of in front of your crotch area (which could be misinterpreted as an attempt to hide something).

Body language is a powerful tool that can help you communicate more effectively. You can use body language to convey messages, establish rapport with others and even negotiate better deals.

In this article, we’ll look at the different types of body language you should be aware of and how they affect your interactions with others. We’ll also discuss how to improve your own body language by using simple techniques that have been proven to work.

Body language is any movement or posture made by your body that communicates an idea or emotion to other people. It’s important to note that not all forms of body language are intentional sometimes a person’s posture and gestures are unintentional, but still reveal what they’re thinking or feeling.

For example, when someone leans forward in their chair with their hands clasped together, it might mean that they’re interested in what you’re saying (or it could mean they’re bored!).

The Importance of Body Language

Body language can be an invaluable tool for communicating effectively with others especially when words aren’t enough. When speaking with someone face-to-face, there are many factors beyond what you say that can affect how your words are perceived.

Body language is a powerful tool that can help you in many situations. It’s a type of nonverbal communication, which means it’s an expression that doesn’t need words to convey meaning.

Body language can help you express things you may not be able to say out loud or give people signals about how you feel. It can also help you get closer to someone by showing interest and understanding.

Body language can even help you navigate through stressful situations like interviews, presentations and meetings more on those later!

The first step in learning body language is becoming aware of what your body communicates. You might already be familiar with some of these gestures but many people don’t realize how much their body is communicating for them.

Learn to listen carefully and think quickly

Learning to listen carefully and think quickly is an important skill for every speech therapist. The ability to listen carefully can make a huge difference in your ability to help your patients, and it is also a skill that many people have difficulty with.

Many of us have learned to tune out distractions as we get older, but this can be detrimental if you are trying to listen carefully and understand what someone is saying.

It is important to learn how to focus on the speaker so that you can hear them clearly without getting distracted by other sounds or thoughts. If you can’t hear what they are saying, then there is no way that you will be able to help them if they need it.

One of the most important skills you can develop is the ability to listen carefully and think quickly. This skill is particularly important in business environments where decisions must be made under time constraints. In this article, we’ll look at some ways you can improve your listening skills and learn how to process information more quickly.

The first step in improving your listening skills is developing your ability to listen carefully. When people talk, they usually have three things on their mind: themselves, what they’re saying and what they’re going to say next.

They want you to understand them as much as possible, but not necessarily so much that you’ll understand all their side issues or opinions about everything they say. To get the most from what someone is saying, try asking questions about topics that interest you so that you can direct the conversation toward areas that matter to you.

Think quickly

Once someone has finished speaking, it’s time for you to react and respond with an appropriate response or reply. When responding quickly, there are two main things that will help: knowing what you want to say before someone finishes talking and having a plan for how you’ll do it when they finish talking (i

The ability to listen carefully and think quickly is a skill every student needs to develop.

Listening carefully is essential in all aspects of life, but it’s especially important when studying and taking tests. When you hear something you don’t understand, stop and ask questions until you do understand.

When reading, take notes as you read so that you can refer back to them later if necessary.

When taking notes or studying for an exam, don’t just copy down the information remember it! One way to do this is by summarizing each paragraph or chapter into one or two sentences before moving on to the next paragraph or chapter.

When listening to a lecture or oral presentation, use note cards as reminders of what has been said so far and what is yet to be said; this will help keep your attention focused on the speaker rather than wandering off into your own thoughts about what he or she might say next.

If you want to be successful in sales, you need to learn how to listen carefully and think quickly.

When you are speaking with a customer, they should never have to repeat themselves. If they do, it’s your fault. You didn’t listen well enough the first time they spoke.

When you are listening to a customer, don’t just wait for them to finish talking so that you can respond with what was going through your mind while they were talking.

Instead, focus on their words and body language as they speak. Look them in the eyes and pay attention to see if there are any clues or hints about what they really want.

To help you do this well, listen for what is being said and for what isn’t being said as well. Don’t be afraid of awkward silences or pauses; use them as an opportunity to add value by asking probing questions that help uncover more information about their needs and desires as a customer rather than filling up the silence with meaningless chatter about yourself or your company.

Listening is the most important thing you can do in a job interview. Asking questions and expressing interest in the interviewer are also important, but if you don’t listen carefully, you won’t be able to show that interest or ask good questions. After all, if you don’t understand what the interviewer is saying, how can you respond appropriately?

The best way to improve your listening skills is to practice with someone who can give you feedback on how well you’re doing. Ask them to point out when they think you weren’t listening carefully or when they felt like they had to repeat themselves. Then practice again until they say that it’s getting better each time.

Pay attention! Put away distractions like cell phones and other electronic devices so that nothing distracts your focus from the person speaking. Don’t play games on your phone during an interview this shows that you’re not interested in what’s being said and will make the interviewer feel disrespected.

Be prepared with questions! Have a few questions ready for when the conversation turns toward more general topics like career goals or interests outside of work so that you can show that you’re engaged in what’s being said instead.

Learn to laugh at yourself

A Guide to Being Funny

Laughing at yourself is a great way to overcome the fear of being laughed at by others. It shows confidence and humility in one’s ability to laugh at oneself, which is an important quality for anyone to have.

Humour is an excellent tool for putting yourself out there and showing others who you really are, warts and all. Humour can help us be more comfortable with ourselves and our flaws, allowing us to be more open with others.

You can also use humour to diffuse conflict or awkward situations by making light of them and turning them into something funny instead of serious or tense. If someone makes fun of you because of something stupid that happened (that’s not even worth mentioning), use it as an opportunity to make a joke out of it even if it was a very embarrassing moment for you.

I think it’s important to learn how to laugh at yourself and not take everything so seriously. Life is too short to be constantly upset about everything, especially when you think about how small things really are.

It’s easy to get caught up in a lot of drama and stressful situations, but it’s important to remember that you don’t have control over everything. You can’t change someone else’s actions or reactions; all you can do is decide how you will respond.

When it comes down to it, there are only two types of people in this world: those who make things happen, and those who wait for things to happen. If you want something badly enough, then go out there and get it! Don’t just sit back and expect things to fall into place because they won’t unless you make them happen.

The best way I’ve found to deal with stress is by laughing at myself or other people around me who are acting ridiculous. When we laugh at ourselves and others, we bring lightness into our lives and it makes us feel better about ourselves because we realize that nobody is perfect (including ourselves).

There are many ways to learn how to laugh at yourself. You can take a class, read a book, or watch videos online. The best way to learn how to laugh at yourself is by doing it.

Here are some simple ways you can start learning how to laugh at yourself:

Find humour in simple things. Laughing at yourself is good for your soul and it helps you feel better about life in general.

The simplest things often provide the best opportunities for laughter because there’s no pressure or stress involved in the situation. Look for an opportunity to laugh at something that happens during the day, like spilling coffee on your clothes or dropping your phone in the toilet.

Be present while laughing at yourself so that others don’t feel uncomfortable around you when they’re trying to be serious and professional in their lives and careers.

Find humour in situations that might otherwise be considered negative (like being late), but don’t put yourself down or ridicule others because it’s not healthy or productive for anyone involved.

Self-deprecating humour is a great way to ease tension and show others that you’re comfortable with yourself.

Self-deprecating humour can be used to make light of your own mistakes and shortcomings, which may in turn make others feel more comfortable about admitting their own mistakes or shortcomings.

Laughing at yourself can also help other people see you as more approachable and less intimidating, which makes them more likely to open up and share their thoughts and feelings with you.

Laughing at yourself can help you overcome any sense of embarrassment or shyness that might otherwise prevent you from doing something that could be fun or beneficial for you, such as asking someone out on a date or speaking up during a meeting.

It’s important to learn how to laugh at yourself because everyone makes mistakes sometimes including me! I recently made the mistake of leaving my wallet on a restaurant table while we were eating dinner.

Luckily, someone found it and turned it into the manager so that I could pick it up when we left (and pay for our meal). But if I hadn’t been able to laugh about it later on, I might have felt embarrassed by my mistake for much longer than necessary

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Conclusion

There are different schools of thought on being funny, but there is a general consensus that being funny is difficult to do. It all boils down to timing and delivery and, of course, the content can’t be so edgy or inappropriate that it’s not appropriate for your audience. As with any skill, practice makes perfect and your funniness will improve the more you put yourself out there.

This is the only workshop-style guide on being funny, so it’s a valuable resource. It is comprehensive, so you don’t need to referencing other sources; however, it can get dry in places. If this is an area of humour that you want to explore or improve upon, I highly recommend it.

The above is a bit of a dry rundown of the advice we were given by the comedy experts. There is one cardinal rule that they all agreed on, though. To be funny to make a joke you need to be smart first. Without intelligence and perceptiveness, there can be no foolery.

The best comics are the ones whose witty commentaries tell us something new about the world around us, and make that knowledge accessible to everyone in their audience.

There isn’t much you can do beyond taking your time and trying to be funny. If you see the humour in things, work on communicating it to other people. It may not come easily at first, but the more you try, the better you will become.

With so many opportunities for humour at every turn, there is plenty of potential for some truly hilarious moments out there. You just have to look for them, and then find a way to share them with other people.

Everyone loves a good laugh, so why not work on honing your own sense of humour? If you’re having trouble remembering those witty one-liners, or if the punchline always seems to elude you, take some time to sharpen your comedic instincts. The guide above should get you started.

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