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Club, Dad, and Family: This is my all-time best "burn" story, and the best part is that it was my Dad that delivered the punch. Here goes: First, some background: My family is from South Carolina. My dad was an anesthesiologist and we were on vacation in NYC. We were walking through Times Square and got a few of those handout/pamphlet things about the improv comedy clubs in the area. We decided to try one out that was nearby while we had a few hours to kill before a show. So, we go over to this hole-in-the-wall comedy club and have a couple of drinks. The room wasn't very big, with a small stage at the front and maybe 10-12 tables with seating for 40-50 people. There might have been 25 or so people on this night, with a large group of sailors that I assume were on leave. es onto the stage and is really bombing. Nobody is really laughing, and the guy is just resorting to worse material and calling out people in the audience to get some laughs. My Dad thought this was pretty funny, so he's laughing the whole time, and is literally the only person in the room laughing. It was a little awkward, but he has a funny sense of humor, so we weren't surprised. Well, it didn't take long for the comedian to notice he was the only one laughing took a pause and let him laugh at his last joke and stopped to So, this last comedian com attention at my Dad. direct ask him, "What do you do for a living, sir?" As my Dad was trying to respond that he was an anesthesiologist, he just got the first part of the word out, and the comedian interrupted him and said, "Wait, what, you're an asshole?!" And, in probably his finest moment of witty repartee, he snapped back and said, "No, just like you, I put people to sleep for a living!" BOOM, the room clapping and laughing. The poor comedian just walked off the stage without saying another word. It was a proud moment for my Dad, exploded and everybody was on their feet no doubt. Reply Share Save Edit Taken from an Ask Reddit from a while ago. The ending ruins it.
Club, Dad, and Family: This is my all-time best "burn" story, and the best part is that it was my Dad that delivered the
 punch. Here goes: First, some background: My family is from South Carolina. My dad was an
 anesthesiologist and we were on vacation in NYC. We were walking through Times Square and got a
 few of those handout/pamphlet things about the improv comedy clubs in the area. We decided to
 try one out that was nearby while we had a few hours to kill before a show. So, we go over to this
 hole-in-the-wall comedy club and have a couple of drinks. The room wasn't very big, with a small
 stage at the front and maybe 10-12 tables with seating for 40-50 people. There might have been 25
 or so people on this night, with a large group of sailors that I assume were on leave.
 es onto the stage and is really bombing. Nobody is really laughing, and
 the guy is just resorting to worse material and calling out people in the audience to get some
 laughs. My Dad thought this was pretty funny, so he's laughing the whole time, and is literally the
 only person in the room laughing. It was a little awkward, but he has a funny sense of humor, so we
 weren't surprised. Well, it didn't take long for the comedian to notice he was the only one laughing
 took a pause and let him laugh at his last joke and stopped to
 So, this last comedian com
 attention at my Dad.
 direct
 ask him, "What do you do for a living, sir?" As my Dad was
 trying to respond that he was an
 anesthesiologist, he just got the first part of the word out, and the comedian interrupted him and
 said, "Wait, what, you're an asshole?!"
 And, in probably his finest moment of witty repartee, he snapped back and said, "No, just like you, I
 put people to sleep for a living!" BOOM, the room
 clapping and laughing. The poor comedian just walked off the stage without saying another word. It
 was a proud moment for my Dad,
 exploded and everybody was on their feet
 no doubt.
 Reply
 Share Save Edit
Taken from an Ask Reddit from a while ago. The ending ruins it.

Taken from an Ask Reddit from a while ago. The ending ruins it.