Unfortunately I am unable to help you with standup. However as you asked so nicely I am willing to share with you, free of charge, the Accbackman trademark Zeitgeist sketch paradigm. It goes a little like this.
Are you aware of the ipod? Maybe you are. Are you aware of the iphone? It is possible. Are you aware of the ipad? Perhaps.
What do all of these items have in common?
That's right! They all use the prefix "i" to indicate that they are modern. Have you noticed this naming device being used on any other products? Could be.
Now my sketch paradigm goes like this: you are attempting to create an advert for a fictional device or item. This fictional device must be a variation on an existing device will be named using the prefix i. Now, in order for this sketch to work you must ensure that the item on which you are providing a variation is intrinsically antiquated or in no way associated with technology. This creates i-ncongruence which will lead to humour. So, products such as the i-computer will not work, nor the i-pod, this already exists.
Have you grasped this idea? Maybe you have come up with some products of your own, the "I-spade" perhaps or the "I-loom". Now, supposing you want to take this to the next level you can begin to use simple wordplay, the example I am going to use is the "i-eye" a bionic eyeball which can be implanted into the eye socket of a blind person or a friend.
In this example we are utilising the fact that the letter I and the word eye sound the same in conjunction with the fact that the eye is not considered to be technological.
Maybe if you're sharp you have noticed that "I-eye" sounds like something a pirate might say, you might want to capitalise on this by offering products which supplement the "i-eye" like the "i-patch". This is another use of the similarity between the word eye and the letter i, but nobody will notice, I doubt.
Next give an example of how your product might be used, if you can try to make this topical and interesting. An example is below:
"The i-eye, maybe it would be used by the referees in the 2010 world cup, who didn't see a goal go over the line."
As you can see I have achieved being topical which is the holy grail of the comedy writer.
And remember, Accbackman's golden tip for writing advert sketches, the first line MUST be, "are you.." followed by a type of person who might be a potential user.