Stand-up comedians

Quotes & Jokes

My ex-girlfriend had a really weird fetish. She used to like to dress up as herself and then act like a fucking bitch all the time.

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If Jesus was a Jew, how come he has a Mexican first name?

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People ask me all the time, all the time, they say the same exact thing. They say, "Bo, you’re an artist… how do we fix Africa?"

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What we’ve done with our modern food supply is absolute insanity. It’s not even real any more. You used to be able to give a kid an apple and they would love it. Kids can’t even taste apples any more. Apples taste like paper to kids now.

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"There’s no excuse for domestic violence." It sounds like a challenge. I mean, does everything have to be so black-and-white in this kindergarten country of ours? What if you come home from a long day at work and your wife has drowned two of your kids - she’s about to dunk the third one. Can you run over and pop her then? "Unfortunately no, there’s no excuse. You’re going to have to let her drown that third one."

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The Simpsons already did it. Krusty the Clown as a stand-up comedian.

Years ago, when I know practical nothing about stand-up comedy, the only stand-up routines I watched were ones in tv-series, if any. Of course, "the Simpsons already did it", so I clearly remember Krusty the Clown as a stand-up comedian, his success and failure.

Krusty the Clown as a stand-up comedia
The Simpsons, S9 E15 "The Last Temptation of Krust", 1998.

It was only then I realised that it was a kind of parody on ones of my favourite comedians - George Carlin and Bill Hicks.

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Woody Allen, The Vodka Ad

From time to time I listen to some classic stand-up routines. Here is one by Woody Allen.

I thought he was just joking. Well, he wasn't.

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Rare Bill Hicks photos

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The Creek and the Cave Anniversary Show with Colin Quinn

The Creek and The Cave, New York City’s preeminent development comedy theatre, celebrates its 10th anniversary on Saturday, August 25th. The highlight of the evening will be a keynote address given by none other than Colin Quinn. “Colin's work on our stage this summer was such an inspiration to all of us, we were thrilled when he agreed to speak,” said Creek owner Rebecca Trent.