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April 28, 2006

Bad Set Decoder Ring

Christian Finnegan's Bad Set Decoder Ring is for standup comedians, but works just as well for post-improv show conversations:


TRANSLATION: You were a forgettable part of a lackluster evening. I am complimenting you only because I have a vague notion that you performed and now we’ve found ourselves standing around the bar, socializing with the same group of people. I remember that you weren’t offensively bad, but if you asked me right now what I liked about your set, I’d probably say something vague, like "You said something up top that I really loved," and then excuse myself to go to the men’s room.

(via Drink at Work)

Posted by Fuzzy at April 28, 2006 4:53 PM