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Chris C.
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Currently, I'm working on a new routine. It will be performed for family audiences using six adult volunteers. I will send them back to their seats one by one during the course of the routine, and I want to give each a "prize." As it is a comedy routine, I want to come up with funny, worthless "prizes" to give out. So far, I think I'll use:

Dehydrated water
Elevator pass
Diagon Alley gift certificate

Any other ideas along those lines? Also, I want to have the last one be the funniest, and I'm not sure what to use to bring the running gag to a close. I'd appreciate any suggestions.

Thanks,
Chris
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A moped.

(a mop head)

A three piece suite.

(A three piece sweet)

A SKY hook.

An invisible friend.

One of the props that didn't work in the act.

A long weight/wait.

Hmm...might be some threads on this already...thats all I can think of now.
David Garrity
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Chirs,

How about a hundred grand (100 grand candy bar).

Also, a chinese finger trap might be funny, too.

Sincerely,
David
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Chicken lips?
Swiss cheese holes?
Donald Duck's pants?

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A lifetime supply of formaldehyde?
A huge book, "lightening your load: a guide to minimalistic living"?
A solar clothes dryer (line and pins)?
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A wooden nickel
a round tuit
a packet of catsup from McDonnald's
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Quote:
On 2007-08-24 13:44, Chris C. wrote:

Also, I want to have the last one be the funniest,
Thanks,
Chris


For the last one Give her or him a gift that keeps on giving-a pregnant cat!

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I meant to say "a lifetime supply of embalming fluid"
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The classics are always great...

1- Diamond Pin (a Dime glued on a Pin )

2- 14 Caret necklace ( Pieces of carrot on a string)

3- Washer and Dryer ( a sink brush and a dish cloth)
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Dinner for Four ( a box of Kraft Dinner )
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