Having a friend like retroRANDY is great, because when he comes by he leaves weird things behind. He's always finding the craziest stuff at thrift stores. Anyway, one day he left me this great 1940s book about all the great stuff you can make with bananas. The recipes are truly revolting, and the illustrations are, dare I say it... PLUM loco!
Ham Banana Rolls wiith bananas, cheese, ham and mustard! The amounts of marijuana required to come up with something this vile would probably kill Cheech and Chong.
HOW TO BE A GOOD COMEDY SHOW HOST
I love hosting comedy shows. I love being able to set the tone of the show and get people excited for the great night their going to have. I've probably hosted over 75 shows so far of all sorts (comedy, music, fundraisers, etc...), and I've learned a lot, messed up a lot, and have had some great success. Here's a collection of tips might help you learn some things, too.
A good comedy show host doesn't just read off the names and keep the show moving along, you're the Master of Ceremonies (that's where the MC comes from). You're managing the flow of the show. You're the conductor that is listening to the flow of the audience and the comics and tweaking things where you can to make it a great night for everyone. You're the face of the show. You're the one the audience will keep seeing over and over again. A host can make it really easy, or really difficult for all of this to work. Hopefully these tips will help you make some good decisions.