What's the one bit of stand up comedy that has literally had you LOL'ing with tears?

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  1. What's one comedy bit or routine that has made you laugh harder than you can remember, or possibly even conceive of possible? Maybe not even stand up, but a sketch, perhaps?

    Here are a few of mine, in no particular order...

    And of course, this piece of classic comedy...

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  2. Anything by John Pinette

  3. I looove Stand-Up. If I was ever brave enough or funny enough, I would definitely try it out on the side.

    Here are some of my favorites:

    I don't really watch Ralphie May, but I saw this once and I laughed my ass off.

    I have a few from George Lopez that have made me gasping for air:

    Louis CK is a new favorite:

    George Carlin:

    Bill Cosby:

    And that's enough spam from me on this post for right now.
  4. Adam Hills. I swear this guy has me in tears whatever sketch he does.

    Old videos, but they're my favourites.

    Then there's a number of Swedish comedians, who I won't mention because they're not on YouTube or anything. Plus, Swedish.
  5. Fluffy "Racist Gift Basket" :3
  6. Looks like I have a lot of watching later. :P
    But as for some of mine?


  7. I love the whole Werewolves and Lollipops routine, but these stand out most for me.
  8. The entire performance of "Napalm and Silly Putty" from George Carlin.

    You know what.
    George Carlin and Richard Pryor. Greatest stand up comedians ever. There is no denying it, they were kings of their time and still are as far as I'm concerned.

  9. Keep with this... at 11 minutes... it becomes something else...
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  10. (Hard to find this clip in good quality.)

    Dave Chappelle - Killing Them Softly <-- Entire thing

  11. And stuff you people can understand;
  12. I know a lot of people don't like Dane Cook (or Warriors animations), but this tidbit gets at least a smile out of me every time.

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  14. I love Robin Williams' standup.

    I saw these guys live a few years back. I've never laughed so hard in my life. The show is set up like an improv and it's much better live than it is recorded.

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