Want to stand out in your crowd? I'll show you how.
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Buddy Banter is all about audience baiting, a style of comedy in which the comedian's jokes are based on quips, banter and one-liners.
Quips can be more generalized, directed at groups of people, or, in more specific situations, be delivered towards one individual ‘a roast setting’,
"Jesus loves you but everyone else thinks you're a twat!"
“Who’s your fashion impaired friend?”
WHO SHOULD INVEST?
‘Buddy Banter’ offers great value for the all those who want to be - or thrive on being the centre of attention, the life of the party, the alpha, the entertainer, the motivator, the team-player.
WHAT YOU’LL GET; In this book you will find Individual nuggets of stand-up comedy one-liner gold, Chat-up lines and compliments, Insults, roasts and heckler-stoppers, audience baiting quips, and a ton of banter.
IS IT FOR YOU?
“Thank you very much, I must have been really dull before""You need to memorise at least twenty five of the quips in this book whether you think you do, or not""Conveniently arranged in no order whatsoever but who cares!"
"5 out of 5 stars - OMG! Just Buy This Book! Guys...if you started throwing these one liners at me I'd see right through them but still be putty in your hands. Ha!"
"It’s improved my confidence incredibly. Thank you!"
Humor helps us have fun, and we often love those that have the ability to bring that into our lives. When it comes to popularity, there’s a reason why a sense of humor is almost always at the top of everybody’s list of most attractive attributes. Being able to make someone laugh (friend, stranger or enemy) can instantly make them feel differently about you,
Invest in this book and you’ll never be lost for words again, pure comic genius has audiences laughing out loud!
Ask yourself -- is there anything quite as powerful as someone with wit and a way with words?