Public Speaking: Audience Gags

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Audience Gags Audience gags are offbeat jokes that occur unexpectedly during a presentation. He answers the phone that was hidden in the lectern and pretends to talk to his mother. 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. Get more great gags to wake up your audience!

Public Speaking: Audience Gags

Great Public Speaking

Audience gags are offbeat jokes that occur unexpectedly during a presentation. He answers the phone that was hidden in the lectern and pretends to talk to his mother. 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. It was great fun and the gag sure woke up everyone who had a heavy lunch.

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Public Speaking : AUDIENCE GAGS

Great Public Speaking

Audience gags are off beat jokes that occur unexpectedly during a presentation. He answers the phone that was hidden in the lectern and pretends to talk to his mother. 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: Using Audience Gags for Fun

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There are many ways a public speaker can have fun with an audience. Don’t be afraid to incorporate some audience gags to help get your points across during your public speaking presentation. The False Guest Speaker Use this gag to reduce pressure in the public speaking audience or to just have some fun. The imposter then rambles off on unrelated subjects woven through the real information so the audience becomes puzzled.