Last updated on September 30th, 2018 at 07:12 am
Are you looking for a genre comedian that has jogging jokes? Good comics can be difficult to find in the world of rapidly decreasing ideas of what exactly is considered humorous. If finding a good entertainer is not hard enough, it can be even more difficult to find a good comedian that specializes in the category of humor you need. One topic of humor that can be difficult to find is jogging humor. Jogging humor is perfect for a gathering of runners. It can be a welcome refreshment in the recovery tent of a community run. Consider these three entertaining comedians that have a joyful supply of funny jokes for your next entertainment event.
3 Comedians tell Jogging Jokes
Jeff Allen was once a comedian that specialized in anything but jogging jokes. He told dirty jokes and had a drug and alcohol problem. He cleaned up his act and started creating comedy in the vein of Jerry Seinfeld and Jim Gaffigan. His specialization in observational comedy makes his clean comedy zing and ring with the perfect amount of laughter. As a jogger, you know what he is joking about it. You just didn’t have the courage to say it!
You can see Jeff Allen is a master of clean comedy with his funny jogging jokes. He explains how he jogs and once took inevitably ended at doughnut shops and how he once stared down a small, angry, three-legged dog on one of those runs. This set is clean and hilarious as is all of Jeff’s work. Jeff might not inspire people to jog, but he is inspirational in many other ways. He always performs with sincerity that’s not common among stand-up comedians. In other words, he never delivers jokes glibly or mechanically when he stands on a stage. Rather, he brings to all of his shows his hard-earned wisdom and his life experiences. These experiences include being married for decades, raising children, and discovering the joy of living. Thus, Jeff’s material connects with audiences because it’s really about something: It deals with the triumphs, the irritations, and disappointments in which most people have shared.
Michael Jr. is a comedian rising rapidly to the top of comedy. Michael is a man at ease on the stage. His comic magic comes from finding the humor in the everyday occurrences that connect us all and make us human. Yes, that includes jogging jokes. You may not be an active jogger. You may only know a jogger. Maybe you tried jogging and gave up. Regardless of your stance on the current state of jogging, Michael Jr. has some great laughs in store for the jogger in all of us.
James Gregory brings a bit of front porch class to the comedy scene. His shirt is untucked; his arms are outstretched in welcome, and he has some great stories for you about life! For two decades, Gregory has been up and down the roads of life taking notes on the comic occurrences and observations that cross him. He has passed more than a few joggers on his comic journey, and Gregory has some laughs to share about their quirks and passions. Gregory is an excellent choice if you are looking for a funny comedian that can deliver a good jogging joke as the joggers of the world pass him by with a friendly wave. Gregory recognizes jogging is a cultural phenomenon that hasn’t even been around as long as him and his loved ones. He knows more than a few things to say about the strange passion of running when there is no immediate threat to do so.
James is a huge hit at corporate events and many other venues because of his bemused, regular-guy persona and because of his craftsmanship. Indeed, his funny jogging jokes are precision-engineered. He creates funny images with his vivid, dynamic, and expert use of language. No words are ever wasted in a James Gregory routine; his rhythms and timing are flawless. Plus, he can wring laughs out of people just by twisting his face into expressions of confusion or disdain as he describes the indignities of modern life. He’s basically the uncle we all want to sit next to at Thanksgiving dinner.
These three comedians can bring jogging jokes to any gathering. Consider booking them today to provide you with a little wit and wonder about this most healthy and peculiar of pastimes. If you work for a company that occasionally treats its employees to the best clean entertainment available, don’t be surprised to see Jeff Allen, James Gregory or Micharl Jr. at one of your future functions. Just don’t expect to see them jogging to get there!
Also published on Medium.