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ADVICE ON HUMOR LENGTH
And remember that the longer the story, the funnier it needs to be. Attention spans are short for a single point. Lengthy stories can end in disappointment at the punchline. Avoid warning your audience “Here comes a joke,” with those lead-ins like “That reminds me of the story about . . .” Just get into the story and make it appear spontaneous. From The Confident Communicator, Practical Advice for Feeling at Home in Front of an Audience, by Dianna Booher, published by Victor Books, Wheaton, Illinois, p. 92

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