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07-05-2012, 15:45   #16
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What you have here is a bunch of amateurs who have convinced themselves that the reason they arent more successful is because they're too high brow and people just dont get them.
You're reading an awful lot into this thread.

Every subject can be comedy gold in the right hands. However there are always some overdone topics that when you hear a comedian bring them up at an open mic your inner critic immediately thinks, "This is going to be boring."

I'm guilty of it myself but I actively try to stay away from topics that I hear being covered an awful lot for that reason.
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08-05-2012, 08:12   #17
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I can't stand Irish comedians who only make jokes about Irishness and Irish things that aren't even close to being inherently Irish. It can be great, but when a comedian overdoes it I have to wonder if there's anything else to them.

Same goes for female comedians who only relate to their female audience.
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