The Friday Class

Things to Remember… When Cracking a Joke

Posted on: August 7, 2008

§  What you choose to tell as a joke and how you tell it, reflects your personality.

§  Remember that jokes are told to laugh with people, not to laugh at them.

§  Avoid relating incidents that might embarrass the people around you.

§  The comments you make should not offend any culture or religion.

§  Do not use your imagination to exaggerate the incident – relate it as it happened because it entails spontaneity.

§  Be sincere, honest and sensitive.

§  Losing decency to win people’s smiles is often proves to be unworthy.

§  Mimicry of people does offer temporary audience but it leaves you unaccompanied in the long run.

§     Avoid giving too many details – it tends to spread boredom amongst the listeners.

§  Quick and witty humor is more enjoyable than practical jokes. It helps you find like-minded people and prevents you from facing hard consequences.

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