Testimonials: 2012-2016, +1 for 2017

After blogging hundreds of jokes, anecdotes, videos, comedy war stories and funny case studies, I’m posting testimonial excerpts, in five groups:

2012-2016, +1 for 2017
2007-2011
2002-2006
1997-2001 and
1992-1996.

As a freelance comedian, I’m always looking forward to the next performances! And sometimes I forget to sell.

It’s better to let happy customers speak on my behalf.

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Happy customers’ comments: examples, issue 1

My performances have received some positive feedback over the years. I'm starting this series 25 years ago, and we'll eventually end up in the present. It's best to let people speak for themselves: ...   ...   ...   ...   ... Australian Institute of Training and...

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Hoaxes and Jokeses: examples, issue 2

This list is part of an ongoing series of examples of my comic corporate impostor roles. If I show 10 at a time, there will be about 300 posts. I have a database with more material, including client feedback, audio and video, and anecdotes. When working ‘live’, the...

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Hoaxes and Jokeses: examples, issue 1

I’m often asked for examples of comedy hoaxes that I’ve presented. This list is part of an ongoing series of examples of my comic corporate impostor roles. If I show 10 at a time, there will be about 300 posts.

I have a database with more material, including client feedback, occasional audio and video, and associated war stories. The thing with working ‘live’ is that the performance disappears into the ether; all that’s left are the memories.

Here are some topics, clients, and characters.

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31 pretty good jokes

If you don’t have a sense of humour, you may not have any sense at all. Here are some jokes to share around your real or virtual water cooler: If vegetarians love animals so much, why do they eat all their food? I’ve haven’t been to work for four days. I’ve almost...

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30 funny names

I’m a comiconomenclaturist, a connoisseur of humorous names. Each of my 350+ faux characters has an original nom de theatre, nom de plume, nom de guerre, pseudonym or alias. Many people have inadvertently funny names, or names that at least one of their parents found...

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46 great opening lines

When beginning a comedy performance, a keynote speech or a novel, a great opening line can capture the attention of your audience: “The war in Zagreb began over a pack of cigarettes.” —Girl at War by Sara Nović “Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel...

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College comedy collage

You can’t micromanage macroeconomists. The threat of unemployment is merely interesting. BS is the initialism for Business School, Bible Study and … BS. Random occurrence, coincidence or serendipity? Do you learn to be a psychopath at business school, or do you have...

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More on academics

Deciding on the date when Modern History begins and Ancient History ends ensures that you're not on the wrong side of history. What's the difference between a drama degree and a theatre degree? Centrelink. Can you be a visiting professor of tourism? Is a Bachelor of...

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