The Free Joke Project – Jokes on Commerce

Why a Joke is Worth a Thousand Words

Are you a lover of jokes? Do you crack them with ease? Are you constantly trying to come up with new ones? Have you ever wondered why people love jokes so much? Well, here is your answer: because jokes are the best way to convey information quickly and in a memorable manner! And now for another joke… You see, I believe that a joke is worth a thousand words. So I am creating the FreeJoke Project. Do you like Jokes on Commerce (We don’t have a lot of them)

Did you know that all the episodes of Talk Commerce include a Free Joke as part of the podcast?

Please email me:, and I will record the joke with you. If you have a company, I will even say the joke is sponsored by you! The entire process will only take 10 minutes, and the video will be about 60 seconds.

I am publishing the jokes here on TikTok (For Now)

What is the benefit of telling a joke?

Humor is one of the best ways to bond with another person and build relationships. Telling a joke creates a feeling of camaraderie and friendship, especially if the other person laughs. It also helps us relieve stress and express our emotions without getting too serious or intense. A recent study has shown that humor benefits both the listener and the speaker. The listener experiences many positive emotions, such as joy, amusement, curiosity, and interest. The speaker also experiences those positive feelings, relief, thanks, and confidence. So, when you tell a joke, not only do you make the other person laugh, but you also experience positive emotions yourself.


The #FreeJokeProject – Scary edition.

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Why are jokes so important?

Humor is an excellent icebreaker at a party. It helps people relax and open up to each other to make new friends. It also helps us cope with embarrassing or scary situations. Imagine that you have to give an important presentation at work. You can use humor to ease your nerves and make the situation less scary. People laugh when they encounter something unexpected. In a presentation, that unexpected thing can be a joke. It breaks the monotony and gives your audience something to think about. When the audience laughs, they stop focusing on your presentation and focus on the joke instead.

The importance of laughter in our lives

Laughter is a powerful force in human lives. It makes us feel good and can even promote health benefits. When we laugh, our heart rate increases, our muscles contract and relax, and our blood pressure rises. These changes cause many beneficial effects, such as the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller. Laughter increases our immune system and improves our resistance to diseases. It also helps to reduce stress and bring more joy into our lives. Laughter can be contagious and can even help us form friendships. It can also improve our speech, help us deal with tragedy, and boost our creativity.

Why I shouldn’t charge for jokes

Jokes are meant to be shared with people, much like laughter. You cannot hoard laughter or keep it all to yourself. Only when you share it will it multiply and make you feel the full benefit of it. You might want to share it with people who cannot afford to pay for it. Besides, you can’t get rich from telling jokes. There are thousands of jokes online and in books that you can use. And since these are public domain and are free to use, you can’t charge people for them. You might have heard of joke thieves. They steal jokes and pass them off as their own. To avoid this, you may record your jokes and post them on YouTube. But you should be careful. Don’t get into legal trouble by stealing other people’s jokes and passing them off as your own.


I started this article by saying that a joke is worth a thousand words. Humor is a powerful tool, and it can have a big impact on our lives. It can make us laugh, smile, and forget our troubles for a moment. I hope that you enjoyed reading this article and that you now know the importance of telling jokes.

I really hope you subscribe to my podcast!