This article has great quotes that will resonate with any late night conversations.
For starters: “In a world of instant, all-powerful communication, it’s not that hard to miss out on a good joke.” – John F.
While his line from the article is one of my favorites, he’s also right about the importance of timely jokes. In the past, our attention spans have been stretched thin by the 24/7 news cycle so it’s important to make sure you get your jokes in before your friends realize you’re a complete idiot.
It’s also important to remember that the most important thing in a joke is its time and how it makes people laugh. If you get a joke before the joke is in, the whole joke becomes a joke. If you get some joke after the joke is in, you’re probably going to get less than a few seconds of that time-saving thought.
The last thing to remember is that there is no punchline when you laugh. The jokes we laugh at make no sense at all.
You should always try to end a joke with a joke. This makes the audience laugh and then, hopefully, they will laugh at you. It also makes you the one who has to be funny again.
This is a joke that we can all relate to. It is this kind of joke that makes me laugh every time I hear it.
We all laugh at funny things all the time. If you want to make a joke more funny, it is far better to start by telling a joke, then telling more jokes, and then finally ending the joke with a joke. The joke that has nothing to do with its first premise, it will make you laugh. The one with a joke for a punchline, it won’t.
In the movie, the jokes are often about the nature of humor itself, but not always. In the movie, the jokes are about death. Even at the end, the joke is about death, and death is funny. I don’t know why, but I like that.
After all, the joke itself is the joke, and the punchline is the punchline, but what is not always is funnier. It’s easier to laugh at the beginning, but then you realize that when it goes on too long, it starts to get a tad boring.