Comedians Share the Jokes They Most Regret

Comedians reflect on old material, evolution, and accountability

By Erik Abriss

To err is human; to forgive, divine is a proverb that seems to have been rejected by a large sector of the comedy community.

Perhaps it’s a generational thing, but there’s this school of thought that pervades certain comedic circles where jokes are just that and nothing more, so if you’re offended as an audience member, then you are too sensitive or don’t have the mental bandwidth to…

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