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Every comedy show has the drunk guy, the bachelorette party, and the woman that is inevitably going to embarrass her husband by getting called out by the comic and fighting back. However, after the show is an entirely different story. When the stage barrier is broken and you get to really see who people are, you quickly find their story can be much more interesting than yours.
He took her to a comedy show thinking this would be a great date night until he realized that his girlfriend was looking at you the entire time and laughing at every dick joke you told. Inevitably he will get into the car and tell his girlfriend some bs story about how he was thinking about getting into stand up but he will never follow through. I am sure if you stand there long enough I will decide to do the other half of my set. Once the credits roll, I clock out and after the 20th time of me awkwardly standing there refreshing my Facebook newsfeed, maybe you should get the hint and leave.
With each C word or B word that you threw her way, she was squirming in her chair. She wanted to speak up but instead she kept her mouth shut because she knew that she was in fact acting like the embodiment of all those words inside her own head. The show is now over, she stares at you and starts to walk by.
If Cosby knew this feeling, his comedy central special would be one continuous bleep. The Bandwagon: Before this show, they have never heard of you and yet now they feel like you have given them comedy crabs and they want to spread you to all their friends.
How nice of them. Until you start getting pokes at 3am on Facebook even though you could have sworn that Zuckerberg took away that feature. They feel the need to comment on all your posts, tag you in photos they think are funny, and do everything in their power to maintain contact with you by all means necessary, except coming to another show.
Please, make it as personal and detailed as possible. Or better yet, tell me something you read in an because clearly all my jokes on stage were direct rip-offs of chain mail. Please, elaborate more because you could have sworn that it was a funnier story than that. What, me? Talk to other people? No way, I am just trying to make eye contact with everyone else passing by you in an effort to pull them in so that they too can be privy to this amazing story that you are telling me. On second though, kill yourself.
You mean to tell me that other people do this shit to? I thought I was the only comedian in this business. Do you take requests because I would love to hear some Kevin Hart.
Ran out of material already? I thought you were well versed. Oh well maybe this is the part where you show me that you know what goes on behind the scenes of comedy and we talk about how Carlos Mencia stole material and Joe Rogan called him out.
The Third Wheel: Wow this chick is really hitting on me. Wait a minute, I feel bad because her husband is right there. He is starring at me still and he clearly sees her wanting me but he is doing nothing. Now he is buying me a drink. This feels incredibly awkward but yet so right at the same time. The Office Jokester: This guy is so funny… in the office. He is playing an away game and his coworkers make this into game 7 of the finals. They want you to know just how funny he really is. They push him and humble him and put him on the spot.
He will try to come up with funny stuff to say and will inevitably eat it. His confidence is zero now and he will most likely commit suicide by hanging himself with his tie shaped like a large mouth bass that used to get chuckles on casual Friday. If life had a soundtrack, yours would be an endless loop of Sarah McLachlan songs and this. With every encouraging word you give us, we can see the life light inside you growing dimmer.
I try to cheer you on and tell you hopeful stories of old comics that were successful and offer advice on getting started, but I know just as well as you that the second you get home it is back to Netflix to watch episodes of The Wonder Years and sorrow snacking on Triscuits.
He played in a band at a bar once, did stand up at a friends house once, or acted in a community theater play once, and he wants to tell you all about the showbiz life much more than once. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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