There Once Was a Man from Nantucket: Why Bad Jokes are Better

by Benjamin Domenech on 2:15 am March 23, 2009

Good jokes are too unique to be memorable, according to a bunch of smart folks. “The structure and punchlines of cliched gags are so predictable it makes them easy to recall…good jokes work in the opposite way to a poem or piece of music.” Ladies and Gentlemen, we give you Paul Blart: Mall Cop.

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