Ugh. Where to begin with my lack of enjoyment? So this guy not only acknowledges that he was a joke thief, but also tries to sell you on his book (written by whom, goes the joke I completely didn't steal from everyone except for everyone of you just thinking about it right now) and wants you to know he's still working as a hacky stand-up. Just great. Just. Great. Way to go. No links from me on this one. Watch if you must.
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4 thoughts on “Joke thief still touring as a stand-up, and he wants you to buy his book?!? That’s, um, bold.”
I saw this on YouTube and was very confused about how it was supposed to leave me feeling. Icky?
I guess admitting it is the noble thing to do…
He should have stolen a toothbrush instead.
He should have stolen something interesting to write about. Joke stealing is nothing like steroids in baseball. This is more like creating a new form of pinch hitter who plays baseball for you while you just collect his paycheck. He’s already stolen enough money, so I will not be purchasing this book.
This reminds me of What Tig Notaro did.
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