How to be Funny

by Stanley Lyndon, www.howtobefunny.net

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Stanley Lyndon, a respected Hollywood comedian who has written punch lines for such sitcoms as Will and Grace and Friends, has released an e-book called How to be Funny. How to be Funny is not just a book full of punch lines you can memorize and forget when it's time to deliver. No. This book will actually teach you how to be naturally funny and help you become a real charmer in the process.

Inside How to be Funny Stanley Lyndon reveals his secret 6-element formula. The book will teach you the science behind delivering the right joke at the right time, so you won't even have to think about it. You'll just know what to say in a specific situation. It will all happen naturally and the result will be great - you'll get the laughs and you'll get the admiration that follows.

Stanley Lyndon is promising to turn you into a funny, witty, and fun-to-be-with person in just 7 days with his 266-page How to be Funny e-book. Learning the lessons in this e-book will be an absolute confidence booster that will help you take on whatever situation you find yourself in.

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Reviews

9
I'm no ordinary guy anymore
posted this review on September 13, 2013

I wanted a new image in my new office. I’ve always been the ordinary guy since I was in grade school. I was the person nobody missed whenever I was absent. I had friends, and I wasn’t bullied or anything. I was just too normal, and it got too boring after more than 20 years of being ordinary. This guide helped me shed off my old boring image, and it taught me how to come up with smart ideas and funny statements in every situation. It took some time before I could take off with my new funny wings, but eventually I learned to use them. Right now, I’m the life of the office.  I hangout with the coolest guys and I’m quite popular with the ladies too. Being funny does have a lot of perks!

8
It's fun being funny!
posted this review on September 3, 2013

Being the class clown sure has a lot of perks. I’m now funnier than ever. I already had some talent in making people laugh but I had to polish it with the help of this guidebook. I’m more spontaneous now. I can find something funny in almost anything and everything and in all situations. I gotta say it works really well with the girls. They like funny guys for some reason. You don’t have to be handsome as long as you can make them laugh.

8
Very important first step
posted this review on August 23, 2013

Having an amazing sense of humor is definitely a gift. I am comparing my life now as a funny guy to my life then as a boring dude, and it’s really improved now. I’m more comfortable in social situations, and the girls just love it! How to Be Funny gave me the important first steps to becoming more interesting, but I did have to practice a lot on my own. It really took me quite some time before I started feeling and seeing the changes in me and in the way other people treat me. I highly recommend reading this guide, and using the practice tips here for sharpening your wit and seeing something fun out of ordinary things.

9
Great for sharpening your wit
posted this review on August 1, 2013

This is really a fun read. It’s fun practicing the methods here, and it’s really made me a lot more creative with my jokes and the things I say. I thought I was stuck in my boring little body forever, but with How to be Funny, my sense of humor certainly improved. I can now find funny things in ordinary everyday stuff. The “formula” Lyndon shares in this guide is very effective. You don’t have to be naturally funny to enjoy it. Since I learned the techniques in How to be Funny, I also became a better conversationalist because I know that whatever happens, I can make the conversation entertaining by cracking a few jokes. I highly recommend this guide if you want to sharpen your with and learn how to crack people up in no time.

9
Because I refuse to be old and grumpy
posted this review on June 23, 2013

I believe we’re all funny creatures. We just have to find a way to unleash our funny side. We often feel like we have to be serious all the time because we’re already grownups. But that’s where all the stress comes from. How To Be Funny taught me a lot not just about being funny for other people, but also being funny for myself. I live alone now after my wife that, so I have no choice but to keep myself entertained. I’ve also noticed that since I unleashed my funny side, a lot more people became interested in being friends with me. Even my grandkids think I’m the coolest grandpa in the world.

9
This really helped me sharpen my sense of humor
posted this review on June 16, 2013

I’ve always been charmed by funny men, good-looking funny men to be exact. There’s really something about men with sense of humor that I find so sexy. When I saw How to be Funny, I tried it because I know that a lot of funny men like funny women too, so if I want to attract a funny man, I should be able to throw jokes at him like hand grenades, and then maybe he’d love me. So I practiced in front of my mirror, I developed my wit through the techniques here. It’s like sharpening your sense of humor. No matter how dull you are there’s some funny blood lying somewhere inside your body, and this book aims to awaken that. The theories explained here really helped me, but practicing everyday and working on my confidence helped a lot more. I bet it’s the same for other people. I do think that although the guide isn’t perfect, it’s effective in so many ways. It all depends on you how funny you will be. For me it’s enough being witty. I still haven’t attracted any funny guy since I developed this sense of humor. Maybe I’ll have plastic surgery next. Kidding.

8
I developed an acquired sense of humor
posted this review on June 10, 2013

Nothing beats a natural sense of humor. But I wasn’t gifted with it so I had to improvise. I noticed how funny men interact better with other people. It’s like they draw people closer to them without actually exerting much effort. I had social problems back in high school that I feel the need to make up for now that I’m older. Now I have the resources to learn important social skills I should have picked up years ago.

How to be Funny is a collection of practical tips and tricks in developing your sense of humor. Of course, it’s not an instant thing. You don’t just wake up one day cracking smooth jokes like Adam Sandler or acting goofy like Mr. Bean. This is more of a training program on being funny. You have to practice a lot and work on your confidence level if you really want to be the class clown, or in my case, the office clown. I think I’ve improved a little bit on the funny sector because girls love talking to me now during lunchtime. Timing is also discussed really well here. I felt the need to mention that because it’s really important when cracking jokes.

8
Excellent tips on joke delivery and creativity
Alvin Corster (from Corpus Christi, usa) posted this review on May 26, 2013

Being funny isn’t just about what jokes you crack, it’s also about how you crack them. Some people believe that sense of humor is a talent, but I beg to differ. I meet a lot of people as an HR practitioner. I usually orient them about the company, so speaking is also one of the skills I needed to develop. A good sense of humor can help you get away with almost anything when you’re speaking in front of tensed people.

How to be Funny is a simple book that taught me how to deliver jokes the right way. It doesn’t matter whether or not they’re scripted jokes or those that you cook up as you go. As long as you can deliver them well, you’ll be hearing people roaring with laughter. I also learned tips here on how to develop wit. This part took a much longer time. I also had to surround myself with witty people to help me learn faster how to be creative with words.

Right now, after some time of training, I’ve become a lot funnier than I was before. I wouldn’t really say I’m stand-up comedienne level now, but my sense of humor is enough to make new hires feel calmer when I speak in front of them. It’s better because we promise them a fun working environment. I get to represent the company better this way.

9
It's great exploring the world of humor
Liz Theodore (from Talco, USA) posted this review on May 15, 2013

It’s easier to be around people now that I’ve developed a sense of humor. I’m an assistant and my boss usually leaves me to entertain visitors while he’s busy with other clients or with paperwork. I was an ok conversationalist before, but my boss told me I should give clients, applicants, and business partners a better impression of the company. He made me attend several seminars on speaking, confidence boosting, and self-development. But I think my personal remedy worked best. How to be Funny is filled with information on how to develop sense of humor and creativity. It’s true that some people are born with it, but it’s also a skill that can be learned. I found the right way to learn it and it’s through this book. My mind is so trained now, that I can find something fun or funny to talk about in an instant. There is still a lot to learn when it comes to being a “humorist,” and it’s an exciting new avenue I’m exploring right now.

10
The guide has a lot of tips on being funny
posted this review on May 6, 2013

I’ve always been charmed by funny people. I envied them since I was in high school. Class clowns got the most attention, no matter how bad their grades are, funny guys get girls even if they don’t look that good. Those are just some of the perks that come with a good sense of humor. I found How to Be Funny through an online forum. It has a lot of positive reviews there, and the people who leave those reviews guarantee that this can help you become wittier, so I downloaded it. The tips are extraordinary. It’s not a collection of jokes, but tips on how to become wittier. Wit can be developed through practice, and if you know how to set your mind into the humor mode. Since I’ve become funnier, I’ve become more confident, and I’ve also become more popular in the office, and with women. I didn’t just become funnier, I also became happier with myself.

10
I turned into the funny guy people love being around
posted this review on March 24, 2013

I used to envy funny guys because they get all the attention they want from ladies. I wasn’t a loser in high school, but I was pretty quiet and I was a loner. I was trying to convince myself that it’s fine being that way, but no. I really wanted to be the center of attention deep inside me. How to be Funny helped me achieve that goal. In just a short time, I learned the top techniques to make people laugh. If they find you funny they are more likely to want to be your friend and be around you.

10
Just in time for my big day...
posted this review on November 1, 2012

I was very worried before when I got an invitation to speak for a conference. We were supposed to talk about management principles. I’m really good at managing resources, but I’m no good in speaking in front of a lot of people. They’re two very different things, but my boss told me I need to be good at both if I want to be promoted. He suggested being witty and a little funny so people will be interested in what I have to say. It was a problem because I’ve never tried being the funny guy. I was always one to just listen and laugh at others’ jokes.

Two weeks before the presentation, I found this book and practiced the techniques. It’s from an acclaimed comedian, so I trusted it right away even if I’m not really into online products. I had to gather all my guts to crack my first joke that day, but I noticed the audience starting to drift away from what I was saying, so I just had to. They all laughed so hard that I just kept going! I cracked one relevant joke right after the other, and before I knew it people were shaking my hands and congratulating me for a job well done!

10
I've become the funniest girl in my class!
posted this review on October 12, 2012

This book has helped me so much. It’s both entertaining and helpful. I’ve had so much confidence cracking people up when I finally had a chance to read this. I love this book so much. I feel now that I’ve become the funniest girl in my entire college block!

10
I'm quite a chrmer now
posted this review on August 16, 2012

This is a really funny book on how to be funny! I didn’t really plan to make my search for a sense of humor serious, but after reading this book, I realized that it is quite an easy and fun thing to do. I practice the jokes and punch lines in this book the way Stanley said to do. It also taught me how to be naturally funny. I find witty people quite charming, and I really wanted to be like that, but I thought it’s something a person is just born with. Like being able to find something funny out of almost anything they see around them, and being able to come up with witty remarks in a split second. It’s a skill I’ve always wanted to have and this book helped me develop it easily. It’s a great book and I recommend it to everyone. The more funny people there are in this world the better.

10
works for trainers and speakers
posted this review on July 9, 2012

I always thought that a good sense of humor can’t be developed. I’ve always been the serious, mysterious looking guy. It was great with women, but not with my work as a trainer for a call center company. I was more like a teacher than a trainer in class. My trainees all look at me like I’m going to breathe fire at them. My superiors told me to be a bit more laid back, and to make the scared and stressed trainees laugh from time to time. I got this book because of that, and it has been helpful. I am now making an impact on my trainees and they seem happier to come to my classes. They look like they enjoy it a lot, and they’re not afraid to ask me questions anymore. Being the funny guy does have its perks.

Testimonials

No more hesitation and watery eyes when I face beautiful girls.

So, far as a shy guy I have searched the internet for many ways to become more confident in talking, especially to girls. I was never able to say much to girls after 'hi, cause I had absolutely nothing to say after that. I was literally tongue-tied. But, now, I know how to take any situation that arise naturally any day and use it to my advantage and make funny comments about it on the spot. I get the girls to smile and laugh at every possible moment! No more hesitation and watery eyes when I face beautiful girls.

Andreas Wetze

Great confidence booster

My talks have gone from ordinary to great really quickly. My conversational skill has been enhanced by this and I'm confident enough now to walk in to any hangout and talk to any girl without even thinking about rejection.

Marshall R.

How to be Funny will accelerate your humor skills to new levels.

How to be Funny will accelerate your humor skills to new levels. If you're tired of the theory, if you're fed up paying for lessons that seem to get you nowhere, then this book will be the best money you have ever spent. If your social skills had a credit card, it would buy you this book!

Paul Forsyth

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