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Writing a speech is already a challenge, so why bother adding humor? Successful humor will relax the audience, making them more attentive and receptive. It can break down perceived barriers between you and the audience, fostering a sense of camaraderie with the audience. Read on to learn how to use humor to your advantage when giving a speech. [1] X Research source

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Learn how to make people laugh. You'll have more fun, and the listeners will too!

Listeners appreciate a little humor, even in a serious speech. Done incorrectly, humor can be a disaster. Executed correctly, humor lightens the load, eases the burden and releases tension. There are three basic methods for adding humor to a speech: Tell a canned joke, tell an original joke or simply make a wry observation.

Method #1: Canned Jokes

The beauty of a canned joke is that it has usually withstood the test of time. For someone just starting to add humor, this is the best technique. By telling an old standby, you can concentrate on timing and delivery - two of the major keys to being funny.

Timing and Delivery:

This refers to the way you present a joke. These two ideas may be the most important aspects of humor. As Toastmasters, we know that communication is more than just words. When you deliver a joke, your attitude alone can make or break the punch line.

But you have to get over the idea that you have to be perfect. Your audience wants you to succeed, and they want to laugh.

One of our newer members served as Toastmaster for the first time. She opened with a joke, stumbling through it. Even though she had to read the joke and even apologized to us ahead of time for her lack of experience, she told the joke with a smile and a wink. We laughed!

Audacity and an air of confidence can overcome your worst fears."

Audacity and an air of confidence can overcome your worst fears. Just say to yourself, "Okay, I'm terrified. I might botch the punch line, I might forget the entire joke; maybe no one will laugh. But I'm going to do it anyway. It will be hard this first time, but easier the next and the next and the next."

The basic keys to adding humor to your speech are:

Let's say you were doing a talk about ESPN or sports fanatics or even just sports in general. You might try the following "used" joke:

"A sports-buff showed up at the sold-out football game. He took his seat on the 50-yard line and then gently placed a woman's coat and an extra ticket on the seat next to him. The spectator behind him asked, "Are you saving that seat for someone?"

The man said, "No. It would have been for my wife, but she's passed on."

"Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that," the spectator said. Then he added, "Gosh, why didn't you give that extra ticket to a friend?"

The man turned around with a surprised look on his face and said, "All my friends are at the funeral."

This joke is obviously relevant to a sports-oriented talk. It sets the theme of the speech and warms up the audience.

The insight is that we sometimes get so wrapped up in our own stuff that we forget about other people. We all do it. This guy just did it bigger and that makes it funny.

Try out this joke (or any other) on several friends. Practice timing the punch line. Try different wording to make it your own. Try out different pacing, pausing in various places for emphasis. Like any other skill, you learn to tell a joke by practicing. Most people who claim they don't know any jokes are simply saying that they haven't practiced any.

Most canned jokes are generic and you don't have to attribute your source. However, if you are relating something specific to a certain comedian, you should give proper credit. Use your best judgment. You may want to say something like, "As Steve Martin so aptly put it: 'The new phone book is here! The new phone book is here!'" But don't start your joke with "I got this off the Internet..." Just launch into it.

Once you become comfortable telling jokes you've found from other sources, take your humor up a notch by trying out some original material.

Method #2: New Material

There is a basic three-point structure you can follow to create your own, original material:

Here's how it works: First, come up with a topic. For example, if you are a parent, you might want to make a joke about being a father or a mother. Here's a caveat. If you are a woman, don't choose the topic of being a father. The audience won't be able to relate through you.

"Sometimes a witty observation will produce no more than a smile or a twinkle in someone's eye. That's enough."

Next, create a premise. Let's say you are making a joke about being a dad. Your premise might be that it's hard to be a dad. Or, that having kids makes men a bit stupid. Or weird. Or that having kids is scary.

Comedy trainer Judy Carter uses those four specific words when she is training people to be funny. She calls them "attitude" words. When you are just beginning to experiment with writing your own material, it is best to stick with the basics:

The third part is the hard part. You have to bring in the unexpected. For instance, if you are working with "skateboarding on the highway is stupid," and you were being serious, you might finish with how dangerous it is. For a joke, look for insight. Look for pain.

Now, let's look at a concrete example:

Maybe your answer is that you have to be more mature.

Now, think of a way to twist that around to surprise the audience. Here is how I used this topic to open my speech on traveling.

"Traveling with kids is hard! You gotta be tough, you know?

We just got back from Disney World. We spent all day walking and it was hot and it was like, 'I need a drink of water, and 'I'm tired,' and 'I need to go potty.'

Finally, my six-year old put her hands on her hips and said, 'Dad, quit whining.'"

Timing and Delivery, Part II. Practice makes perfect. Although great material always sounds like it is impromptu, it rarely is. With jokes, more than with anything else, practice is imperative. You have to practice until it sounds as if you are just making it up on the spot.

Record your joke delivery and then listen. After a while, you will get a good feel for the pace. You will hear where the pauses work and where they don't. Along the way, you'll memorize the joke. It will also stop sounding funny to you. Don't worry; your audience has never heard it.

In my travelogue about Florida, I tell a story about my five-year old.

"Kids are wise, aren't they? My five-year old son played in the sprinklers at the park and on the ride back to our condo, he took off all his clothes. He got out of the car and everyone stared at him as he walked down the street, naked as can be. JoAnn and I were mortified, of course, but he just looked around and said, 'Well, at least I'm wearing sun block!'"

This story stopped being funny to me a long time ago, but whenever I tell it, everyone guffaws.

The Rule of Three

Three is an inherently funny number. Just make a list of three things. Throw out the last one and replace it with something outlandish. A word, a phrase. A dead fish.

Let's take the simple topic of sun block and play it out.

"Sun block is weird. (notice the attitude word) My wife packs SPF 44. Sun protection factor 44. Do you know what that means? That means that we can stay out in the sun 44 times longer with it on. Where are we going anyway? The Mojave Desert? The Sahara? The planet Mercury?"

Take your humor up another notch...act it out. Now take your rant against sun block and play it out even further:

"Have you ever noticed that the companies that make sun block make bug repellent too? You have to have both because they make the sun block smell like Pina Coladas. Of course it's going to attract bugs. They're like 'Yeah baby! It's cocktail hour!'"

Surviving the Joke

If you've practiced your jokes and bounced them off the right people ahead of time, you're sure to get some laughs. Even so, the day will come when the audience just doesn't get it. There are two ways to deal with the "bomb:"

One is the "saver." Powerhouse speaker J.R. Ridinger sometimes gets going so fast and furious that he leaves the audience behind. His favorite saver: "Maybe that one will catch you on the way home."

The other technique is to just keep on keeping on. One of my all-time favorite inspirational speakers once gave a sermon on sex. The funny quotes she told at the beginning left the audience speechless. She handled her choice of material like a true professional, never missing a beat, though I squirmed and turned a bit red.

Listening to this professional also showed me how confidence and audacity can pull off a joke that a less confident person could never get away with.

Method #3: Wry Observations

Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.

- Mark Twain

One of the great masters of the witty statements, Mark Twain once said that electric lights were to humor as lightning was to wit. In other words, unlike a joke that has a story-line, natural wit usually comes out as a pointed, wry observation.

Use the triple-A method to develop your ability to make witty statements. First, be A ware, then add A ttitude and A llow yourself to grow.

Be aware by understanding that humor comes from understanding shared experiences, especially painful ones. In order to fully cultivate your own sense of humor, you have to stop seeing your life as completely tragic. We all have troubles. Open your eyes and your mind and watch for the irony and the contrast in life.

Your attitude will help you be funny. Watch any great comedian, male or female. Some are gutsy and loud, some are meek and shy. You have to develop an attitude that fits you and then you have to let it shine.

"You have to develop an attitude that fits you and then you have to let it shine."

Finally, allow yourself to be funny. Open your mouth and try. Toastmasters is the perfect place to nurture your inner comic. Occasionally you may tell a stinker. Get over it and try again. Progress only comes with practice in front of real people.

You don't have to elicit a roar of laughter from your audience. Sometimes a witty observation will produce no more than a smile or a twinkle in someone's eye.

That's enough.

Remember that Toastmasters is a learning organization. Give yourself permission to try, and trust that your fellow members are either (a) wishing they were as brave as you and respecting you for it, (b) about in the same place on the progress curve as you are and respecting you for it, or (c) re-living the time they first tried humor and respecting you for doing the same.

Now, get out there. Be yourself, be happy and be confident. Long after your listeners have forgotten the content of your speech, they will still remember how you made them feel.

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Whether you are running for president of your school or president of the United States, you will likely have to make a speech at some point in time on your way into office. A well written speech can mean the difference between campaign success or failure. Many political hopefuls elect to inject humor into their campaign speeches. By incorporating humor, you capture the audience's attention and allow them to see that you are a real person who really cares about their wants and needs. When time comes to compose your all-important campaign speech, make it a humorous one. Your listening audience will likely appreciate it.

Know your audience. The type of humor you want to use depends greatly upon your audience. You would not attempt to use the same humor at a high school assembly as you would at a retirement village. Before you even consider composing your speech, take some time to consider what type of people will likely fill the audience when you present your speech.

Tailor your speech to your audience's sense of humor. When composing your speech, make reference to pop culture topics with which your audience will be familiar. If you don't know what your audience may like, consult someone who is either that age or has worked closely with people similar to those to whom you will be speaking.

Keep it appropriate. Many people enjoy off-color humor; however, as an individual running for office you need to take extreme care to avoid offending anyone. Remember, things you say in your speech will likely be recorded, so don't say anything that you wouldn't want as a part of the permanent record, regardless of how funny it may be.

Speak relatively informally. Your speech will seem disjointed and awkward if you try to be both funny and serious. To create continuity in your humorous speech, you must keep the whole address relatively informal. Use simple, everyday language, and speak in a conversational tone.

Use clever anecdotes. Give your audience an inside look at your campaign by telling them about funny things that have happened on the trail. Or allow them to feel as if they are part of your family by sharing funny stories of your life with them as a way of illustrating your points.

Pepper your speech with jokes. While jokes are a great way to insert humor, you do not want to rely too heavily upon them. Use jokes sparingly, and take care when selecting them. Do not select jokes that some might find offensive. Also, be sure to stick with jokes that are relevant to your campaign or your platform.

Include a humorous quotation. Borrow a line from a politician who expressed your sentiments in a humorous way. For example, you could quote California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger who said, "to those critics who are so pessimistic about our economy, I say: Don't be economic girlie men!" If you do this, be sure to cite your quote and give the original speaker his due credit.

Laugh at yourself. If you want the audience to laugh at you, you have to be willing to laugh at yourself. If, when giving your speech, you make a joke that flops, acknowledge the joke's lack of success and join in the crowd in laughing at your attempt. The audience will likely develop a kinship with you as you laugh right along with them.

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Funny is not always easily achieved. Writing and giving a funny student council speech takes creative material and good timing in the presentation. Giving a funny speech by using the deadpan, serious face is a good way to start. The type of humor you use should be age-appropriate to the audience. Finding something that they may relate to, so they feel as though they are laughing at themselves, is ideal. Know your audience, and you will know what to say and how to say it in order to give a funny student council speech.

Embarrassing Moments

Tell a story about something that was truly embarrassing, using pauses, in a somewhat logical order so that it will make sense. Remember the time you forgot something and you really needed it for the trip, or class, or camping vacation in the deep Congo? Man, that was embarrassing. Tell that story.

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Wear huge platform shoes and give the student council a funny concept as to what your platform would be if you were elected president. Dress up as Mr. Brady and wear an afro wig, nice business suit and a pair of platforms. Give your campaign speech based on a statement such as, "If I were elected president, all students would have free access to indoor plumbing." Use a platform that is already a policy, giving it a twist to it to make it sound rather compelling.

A Funny Thing Happened ...

Begin with an apology and be sincere about it. Then say, "But a funny thing happened on the way to the student council meeting." Maintain a real innocence about your presentation, as if you are truly the victim in the story, but make it obvious that you are also the perpetrator. For example, your clumsy manner caused a chain reaction as you knocked someone off a ladder quite innocently and then as you spun around to respond to the screams, you knocked over a fruit stand on the sidewalk.

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Here are a few suggestions that should help you craft a solid your audience will never forget. It is however important that you make sure that the speech adequately suits your position and school.

Start with some humor!

It is always easy for people to be swayed by someone who knows how to engage them with some humor. You can begin like this: some of you here probably remember me for shutting myself in the restroom last summer. My being here today is a testament to the fact that you can overcome any form of embarrassment.


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My track record.

I have had a lot of good ideas, many of which have been used to serve especially here in this high school. From the first time I stepped my feet in this school, I knew I should be involved. Before now, I have served as a member of the school athletic team as the vice-captain. The little experience I have gained in these leadership roles has put me in good stead to further advance the virtues upon which this school is built.

Declaration of interest

It may not come to a number of you as a surprise that I am running for student council for the post of (……………………..). if I am elected into this office, I will work hard to ensure that every student of this high school feels the effect of good governance.

I know what it takes

I am fully aware that the student council to which I am aspiring to be a member of works hand in hand with the administration and student body to ensure that the student events held yearly turn out to be a success.

I ask for you votes

I assure you that if I am considered worthy of election into this exalted office, I will do all to put your interests first while also ensuring that your concerns are taken care of.

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When running for the highest office in your school or class, you must do all to make it stand out.

Knock them out with the opening statement

Hello everyone, my name is Mark Henry. I may not be the coolest guy out there who doesn’t mind breaking a few rules and I’m sure that’s not what you want in a student council president. What I bring to the table is hard work, transparency, probity, and team spirit. This I promise to do without souring the fun.

Many of you will remember the petition I wrote concerning the hygiene issue we faced in the restroom last summer. We were able to affect the needed changes by coming together to endorse that petition. This is the kind of team spirit I hope my leadership will entrench if given the opportunity.

What Do I Bring To The Table?

The years I have spent so far in this high school has seen me explore the different opportunities on offer. I am a member of the school soccer team, and I have been part of a team that has helped juniors improve their math skills. I was made the vice-captain of the school soccer team just this year and along with my teammates, we have won 80 percent of our matches to date .

With me as your student council president, I may not be able to cancel all homework, but I guarantee you that I will be your voice whenever there is a need for one. I will make sure that this turns out to be a year to remember for you all in this school. I will ensure to improve upon the already existing extracurricular activities in this school while also introducing new ones. The community will also feel our impact as we will work together to come up with innovative ideas to improve a lot of our community through volunteer programs.

Call For Your Votes

Today, I make it known to you that it takes the people to vote for effective change to occur. I would be grateful for every vote cast for me to become your president. Together, I believe we can bring the changes we so much desire. Let’s activate the power of our votes as we turn this vision to reality.

Sample Vice President Speech

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Rather than bore you with a default introduction expected of a great speech, I will begin by sharing with you all a memory that changed my view of high school. It was the day I scored my first goal on the school soccer team in a match. I had enlisted into the team earlier last summer and I was assigned as number 9(a striker). It was a struggle settling into the team as I wasn’t the most physical guy out there(I’m sure I still am not). The games went by and I just couldn’t get the ground running.

I needed a goal badly as expected for my role as a striker. Then came a qualification match for the local championships. The regular striker was out injured and I was called upon to deputize. To be honest, not much was expected of me in that match till the 85 th minute when I rose highest to head home the winner of the match. That was a remarkable day in my life and served as a turning point for me and my team. I learn the value of hard work, patience, and teamwork from that experience.

Why Should I Be Your Vice President?

The main reason I am running for the post of student council vice president is to contribute my quota to a school that has made me the awesome guy standing before you today. I want to work with each one of you to make this place even more awesome than it currently is.

The past years I have spent in this school have served as the perfect training ground for me to serve as your vice president. I have also spent some time an office aid gaining experience in the day to day operations of the school.

I know that for you people to vote me in, I have to bring something different. I can guarantee you that if I am voted into office; I will work together with the president providing the much-needed support for a stable and purposeful tenure. I will be actively involved in planning activities such as homecoming, prom, and graduation. I will be the ear for you to speak to and the shoulder to lean on when necessary.

Plea For Votes

I may not have succeeded in making one of the best student council speeches of all time today, but I do hope I have done enough to earn your trust and vote for this office. Join me as we begin creating memories that will never be forgotten.

How Can You Make Your Student Council Speech Stand Out?

If you want the people to vote for you, you should be prepared to make one of the student council speeches that would be used as reference material for a long time to come. It doesn’t matter how big or small the post you are running for is, there is a great need for you to create a lasting impression for your audience. Here are a few tips that should help you out in that regard:

Why Do You Need To Include Some Humor In Your Speech?

I bet if you weren’t contesting for a position and had to listen to a ‘great speech’ by a contestant that was devoid of fun and humor, you would probably get bored and decide against voting for such a person. Using sarcasm and jokes only people who attend your high school will get is a great way of connecting with them.

Go And Win That Election!

Regardless of whether you use one of the samples we provided here or create your own, a personal touch is required for success. Place great emphasis on what makes you different from the crowd. At the end of the day, if you lose or win the election, you can always hold your head up high for delivering a great speech.





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