Public Speaking: Audience Gags

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Audience Gags Audience gags are offbeat jokes that occur unexpectedly during a presentation. Dr. Joel Goodman, from the Humor Project, does one where a telephone rings during his presentation. The same joke would be called a running gag if the phone rang at several other times during the program. Ten Wanted Men I staged a gag at a seminar one time that was loads of fun and took less than one minute to complete.

Public Speaking: Audience Gags

Great Public Speaking

Audience gags are offbeat jokes that occur unexpectedly during a presentation. Dr. Joel Goodman, from the Humor Project, does one where a telephone rings during his presentation. The same joke would be called a running gag if the phone rang at several other times during the program. Ten Wanted Men I staged a gag at a seminar one time that was loads of fun and took less than one minute to complete. Learn to make a humorous presentation the easy way!

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Public Speaking : AUDIENCE GAGS

Great Public Speaking

Audience gags are off beat jokes that occur unexpectedly during a presentation. Dr. Joel Goodman, from the Humor Project, does one where a telephone rings during his presentation. The same joke would be called a running gag if the phone rang at several other times during the program. The next several issues will be about gags. Ten Wanted Men I staged a gag at a seminar one time that was loads of fun and took less than one minute to complete.

Public Speaking: He Tripped Me!

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And now for the ultimate audience gag. I do an old, old banquet gag that I recycled for the 90s.I When I started speaking more and more to business audiences I wanted to find a way to incorporate this outrageous routine. Don't be afraid to have fun with an audience. Gags are a good way to do it and they can really help you drive home your point too. Get the latest humor tips for public speaking! Drum roll, please.