Milestones

December 9, 2008

#1   We are just hitting 2000 hits in under 2 months so that’s a good sign that there are enough people who like bad comedy to continue, or there are enough people pissed off about being called out, to keep the site going.  THANK YOU for your readership.

#2  We just received our very first viewer submission!!!  We are posting it today!

This is Daniel Songer and he does his little comedy skits on his front porch!  He is horrible and must have smoked a lot of weed in his life.  He sucks and is too chickenshit to try his “lil’ skits” out on a real audience.   My favorite part is when he sings and dances.  Ha hahahahaha, fat guy dancing!

Thank you viewer for your submission!  I can only go through so much bad comedy without putting a bullet in my head.  If you would like to submit a bad comic to this site please comment here or email us from our myspace site.  We will never use your real name, unless you want us to!


Izzy – Really a Comedian?

November 22, 2008

He’s right about one thing, America is just getting dumber and dumber!

I don’t get it! I don’t get it!  I don’t understand!  WHY do people keep doing stand up comedy in their homes with a sheet or a plain wall behind them?  I don’t think they can call this stand-up comedy.  I think you can call it ranting, but not stand up.  I don’t understand it.  And there are THOUSANDS of tapes out there. If I could just talk to all those people and tell them if they tried their jokes out on a live audience they would know what jokes work and what jokes don’t work.  They are getting no feedback this way.  It’s a rant, not stand up comedy.

PS. Are his fingers on his right hand webbed?


The King of Lazy Comedy

November 5, 2008

Viagra week continues!!!

I don’t know who this guy is but I love the fact that he is too chickenshit to try his material out in a real comedy club but he will publish his shit on youtube for millions to see. Its too bad he didn’t hang up a sheet in the background.  I love when a “curtain” transforms a messy bedroom into a comedy club.

“I let my mind wonder and think, what if they kept the same principles but changed the product around.”

My God he is brilliant.


Skip Towne

October 30, 2008

Oh what can I say about Skip Towne.  He seems like a nice enough guy and it seems like he would do well, but speaking from an artistic standpoint his act includes so many no-no’s.

Street Jokes – First off, his act comprises of only street jokes which reeks of his inability to create an original joke. Some may ask “What is a street joke?”  A street joke is any joke people tell to their friends or pass along the Internet, or may be printed in a “joke” book.  For example, Skip’s first joke about being on the grand ol opry more than any country singer, because he was fixing the roof.   I have also heard it on stage in this version.  “Do you guys recognise me from the movies?  What?  I go every saturday night!” – street joke.

Street Jokes set to song – Roadkill Cafe.  Not only is eating roadkill a completely hack topic, but Skip has the talent to set this to song! Don’t argue when my husbands drunk.   Same thing, street joke set to music.

Singing Comedy – There are some good singing comics,   check out God’s Pottery, the Hazzards, and The Dustballs.  It takes a lot of balls, creativity, and talent to make singing or musical comedy funny. Skip can sing and play guitar.  I’ll give him that much.  I will be posting more bad comedy guitar singers who can’t sing or play.

Gay Bashing – Ha ha ha, isn’t it funny that he is really a gay cowboy?  hahaha.  Why is that funny?  How is that funny?  “Gayness” in and of itself isn’t funny.

Laugh Track – Really?  Why can’t you get stage time in a regular club to film this in front of a real audience?

Lazy Comedy – Slap the curtain up so we can make this video.  At least its not a sheet.

Prop Comedy – Always a lazy crutch for not being able to to write a creative joke. His record went aluminum, in case you forgot.


The “No-neck Cowboy” sings about death and taxes

October 28, 2008

I think one of my favorite things in bad comedy is when someone sets up their living room to look like a studio or a comedy club.  My favorite and probably the least effort goes into the white sheet, or curtain behind them.  We wouldn’t want to distract you from the dirty dishes, foam fingers, or three legged dogs in the background.

Also as a viewer, I appreciate the fact that you didn’t try this bit out on an audience to get any kind of outside feedback as to if this has any remote possibility of being a funny bit.

Lazy bad comedy, is even funnier that regular bad comedy.  Enjoy the no-neck cowboy singing death and taxes.