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 Post subject: What makes kids laugh?
PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 12:41 pm 
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What kinds of comedy lines should I use for kid shows? If you know any comedy lines that would really make kids laugh PLEASE respond!


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 2:35 pm 
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Depends what age range of kids 10 and under im not shure but 11-15 anything gross and dirty makes them laugh i dont know why but it does.


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depends, in a show, its not always words, actions often speak louder than words. If it isnt a show, i will always prefer situational comedy.


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I would suggest buying the feather duster wand ya know looks like a wand but has the feather duster end :lol: I thought it was funny ,my little brother died of laughter when he saw it (he's five years old)


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Butts and underwear.......don't know why, but those two things make kids laugh hysterically. Not showing yours, mind you, just mentioning the words gets huge laughs....


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For younger kids the more physical comedy the better. Get hurt. They love it!

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Definately more action than words. It is called "Magician in Trouble Syndrome". David Ginn goes into detail on this in his book titled Kidbiz. Children love to see the Magician get into situations where he or she appears to no longer be in control.


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