- Present clean, concise, appropriate jokes
- Can be joke, anecdote, or personal humorous story
- Be dramatic: act out the part enthusiastically
- Have fun!
- Tie the joke into the meeting's Theme
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Agvii's precious jokeEdit
A duck walks into a bar and asks the bartender, "Got any bread?"
The bartender says, no, he doesn't have any bread. The duck leaves.
The duck returns to the bar and again asks, "Got any bread?"
The bartender says, "Look, duck. This is a bar, not a bakery—no bread!" The duck leaves.
The duck returns and again asks, "Got any bread?"
At this point, the bartender loses it, "No, for the last time, stop asking! I do not have any bread! If you keep coming back here bothering me, I'm going to nail your beak to the bar, you understand!?!" The duck leaves.
A minute later, the duck returns. He looks at the bartender and says, "Got any nails?"
"NO!" yells the bartender.
So the duck asks, "Got any bread?"
- Take a ordinary joke and personalize it.
The reason why I divorced my first husband, Frank, was because of a disagreement over religion. Frank thought he was God, and I didn't.