Try looking for jokes that *YOU* find that are funny; it's no good you trying to tell a joke if you don't find the joke amusing yourself. I'm *sure* that there are things which make you laugh in public; you standing up there talking about amusing things is like the last time you had a good laugh over what someone said in a group. The biggest obstacle for you is that *you* have to deliver the 'funnies', which means you become the teller of the joke rather than the listener.<br />
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OK ... You might already have this figured out already, but it's the only advice I have. Other than to say that you have courage and *believe* in yourself that you can do this. OH ... and remember that the most famous comedians are actors more than comedians; you might want to think about that.<br />
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Good luck!<br />
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~F~

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No point just do not bother.

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i dont know man im english i rely on sarcasm it maybe the lowest form of wit ,but it sure is the funniest................

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If you don't have a sense of humor then there is only one thing you can do, shut your mouth and tickle someone.

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Look over the shoulder of the funny guy in class, he's bound to have some good stuff written down.

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"Funny" is a matter of perspective. You may not believe that you are funny, but others may disagree with you. So, if you hear something that is funny to you, repeat what you heard in your classroom, and maybe the others (and your professor) will agree with you.

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