The key is to practice. Practice,practice and practice some more. Practice in the morning, at noon and at night. Practice till it hurts! Seriously I'm pretty sure that your sense of humor will have improved over the last 7 years of your life so it's best not to put that on your comedy writing resume. Once you have a little bit more of the concept written, of your latest work, tes tit out on some of your friends or even your brothers, see what they thing ask them to be brutally honest and it's no good asking family members of their opinion 'cause they will lie to your face and tell you that"it's wonderful"when in reality it's absolute shi-te. Another thing that you should also do is to watch funny programs, or even go to live stand-up shows, scope out some open mic nights around campus if you feel confident enough. Doing stuff like this will really help you to see what makes an audience laugh and so you may want to take notes too.
Head over to my profile and send me a message with what you've got so far, I'm pretty sure that I know my funny as I did work on my own comedy script a while back.
· 1 decade ago