User:JackOfSpades/StolenFromTheHumbucker

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  1. Break the rules, particularly the one's you've just made.
  2. "Blue" comedy - including but not limited to shit, fart, dick, sex, bodily noise, bodily function, masturbation and vagina jokes - works great in one-liners and in conversation, but tends to fall flat when written, gets old after a minute of constant use, and was never good for anything more than cheap laughs, anyway.
  3. 3.
  4. Never talk down to your audience. People are dumb, and nothing pisses people off more than telling them this.
  5. Never talk over your audience. People are dumb, and nothing pisses people off more than telling them this.
  6. A good original line is better than a great quote.
  7. The truth can be funnier than any lie (this was one of my rules even before reading this).
  8. Avoid overwriting. Your audience should be left wanting more, not less.
  9. Comparisons are better than any adjective you can come up with, but should be used in moderation.

  10. And lastly and, in my opinion, most importantly...


  11. Ask yourself "What am I saying?" at least 10 times before, during, and after the writing process and
  12. Comedy is about making other people laugh. Write for yourself. Rewrite for your audience.
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