- Thursday 29th October 2020, 2:12pm [Edited]
- United States
- 1 posts
I don't know if this is the right place, but I've suddenly become interested in the nuances of a joke. I figured that since many of you on this message board are comedians (or aspiring) or at least care a good deal about comedy I could get some good info. For any of you out there who feel inclined to answer, I just have a few short questions.
In your opinion, what is the most important part(s) in telling a joke?
Is there a certain structure to a joke that makes it "funnier"?
What kind of jokes do you think are the funniest or that get the most positive reaction?
What is something that really takes away from a joke?