Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Stand Up Comedy

My co-worker just told me that a local comedy club has a stand up comedy class. She went to the graduation last night, and had a really good time. Someone in one of the organizations we work with was graduating that night.

Question for the day is, how do you think I should take her suggestion that I should do the class? I'm going to take it as a compliment, since I have a tendency to make her laugh through my off the wall comments and observations.

It's an interesting idea... maybe someday! Considering I cannot remember ever a single joke - not even the electron one with the charge - it might be a challenge. But I guess stand up is all about observations. And I certainly do that.

7 comments:

WNG said...

DO IT!!!
1. Trying something new is good for you (with the exception of heroin et all)

2. You are hilarious and observant - two things that make a great comic.

3. When you get famous you can get me autographs and I can be in your first star vehicle movie. It'll be awesome. For youI mean...this is all about you :)

laura b. said...

I think you should take it as a compliment. A friend sees you have a skill worth developing...and it would be so much fun!

NoRegrets said...

I'll put it on my list of things to do. I fear what might happen though if I get heckled. Likely pull out my boxing gloves and jump the bastard. :-) Or cry. Ha!

I can give you my autograph now. Aren't I famous? :-)

Tara said...

Oh you should totally do it. I wish they offered that in our community catalog! But yes, do it! Have fun!

evil-e said...

Do it. If anything it is an experience. It is complimentary for someone to suggest something like that.
I have actually had someone tell me to do amateur night at a local place....

NoRegrets said...

Evi-e - you do it, and I'll do it.

Churlita said...

You should totally do that.

Janine Garofalo said that when she started, she would write all of her jokes out on her skin and read them off her arms when she perfromed.