whispering sweet nothings to me
while I am on stage.
The first time anybody ever interrupted one of my performances by joining me on stage was in 2002, at a dive bar in Denver Colorado. I was mid-joke and a trashy lady came up and french kissed me. Wow.
The second time somebody got on stage with me while I was performing, I was at Loonees Comedy Corner working with Kelly Moran. Kelly is dead now. That night, there was a deaf faction in the audience and we had an interpreter join us so the deaf folks could enjoy the show. That actually makes sense.
SO IS EVERYBODY IS GETTING ON STAGE WITH ME NOW?!
A couple weeks ago I performed in San Angelo, TX. That show was the third time in 2 months where somebody came up on stage and interrupted my performance! That's so weird! Everybody is bum rushing the stage every time I get up there! Remember Winston Salem, North Carolina? The manager got on stage because the front row was acting like a bag of turds. Check out my Hillbilly Hecklers to see more of that.
Also, when I was in Coon Rapids, Minnesota this month, there was a drunk chick who got on stage with me and started twerking the audience! Get tested, everybody!
WOW. THIS CHICK IS GOING TO HAVE A STORY TO TELL HER KIDS
This time, having somebody join me on stage was actually a pretty cool experience. I am not encouraging people to interrupt comedians by getting on stage. In fact, don't. You're probably going to screw up their joke. But this time, it was cool. I don't want to spoil the video for you, though. Just check it out and think about this: what would you do if this happened to you, ladies?
Pretty ridiculous, eh? Did they choose to do this at a comedy show because they couldn't find a wrestling tournament?
Bye! I'm Jake!
P.S. Unless you have something extremely special to contribute, please don't get on stage with the comedians.
P.P.S. Special thanks to Paul Smith, Matt Lucero, James Flombay, Mallory Madrak, Ryan Cownie, Mejor Que Nada, and San Angelo, Texas