Stand Up Comedy Jokes that ANGERED Audiences

  • Published on Dec 21, 2016
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    This is a compilation of jokes that offended millions and set social media ablaze. This list is NOT my own opinion. It's a list of the most controversial jokes by these comedians. People should realize that comedy is complex and falls into multiple genres with various forms of delivery. A comedy routine is just a performance, For example, Bill Hicks was using deadpan humor to highlight the hypocrisy in people who are disgusted by 2 gay men but are turned on by 2 gay women. And Burr was just telling from his own perspective. We should all learn to have a laugh and not take comedians too seriously. Even though there is a necessity for comedians to be malicious and insulting, as fans of stand-up comedy, we don’t want anything ruining this art form. The never-ending war on political correctness has been growing these past few years. For every person on Twitter who is quick to label a relatively harmless joke as problematic, there is another person who is equally as defensive claiming, “no one can take a joke anymore!" ========================= Featured comedians: ========================= Ricky Gervais Louis CK Joan Rivers Jim Jefferies Bill Burr Eddie Murphy Jerry Seinfeld Robin Williams Bill Hicks Dane Cook =========================== FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA =========================== Subscribe:

  • The Boom Boom Room
    The Boom Boom Room 1 year ago

    lol Seems like some of you were expecting boos and chairs to be thrown because you don't know the definition of audience. An audience can be the readers of a newspaper, viewers of a tv show, listeners of a radio station, twitter followers, etc.

  • Young Frankenstein
    Young Frankenstein 1 year ago

    The second you stated that these jokes "WENT TOO FAR", you landed on the wrong side. As my friend Sterling says quite often, "Phrasing!".

  • Hillary Bright
    Hillary Bright 5 months ago

    The Caitlyn Jenner one was funny and exactly voiced my thoughts on the situation

  • ninako
    ninako 5 months ago

    I miss Joan Rivers. One of the best insult comics ever and to be a woman as well... she paid her dues, made it to the top and earned respect from other top tier comedians. I wonder if there’s a female comic out there now who could do it like she did.

  • Kkylo Reeen
    Kkylo Reeen 1 year ago

    "Robin Williams refused to apologize..." Good.

  • millertas
    millertas 1 year ago

    People need to lighten up and realize that it is comedy. They cannot tell the difference between stirring and abusing.

  • Qas Perr
    Qas Perr 1 year ago

    The younger generations need to get in a time machine and go back in time and experience some real offenses.

  • Idontknow WhoIam
    Idontknow WhoIam 1 year ago

    comedians should never apologize for jokes if the intention was to be taken as.... a joke

  • Dicksicle
    Dicksicle 1 year ago

    Louis CK is the funniest person ever. Watching that just made him funnier to me

  • Pagan Pilgrim
    Pagan Pilgrim 6 months ago

    Bill Burr got backlash FOR THAT? That pathetic.

  • cs snow
    cs snow 1 year ago (edited)

    I think it should be noted that the audience laughed at EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THESE ROUTINES. So who cares about THE EASILY OFFENDED people who WEREN'T THERE! These are what's called fearless comedians. Which is as it should be because that's what comedy is. With the exception of the genetically and incurably unfunny Dane Cook of course. (Not to mention the fact that the movie he was talking about was The Dark Knight. Which just goes to show you his taste in well ANYTHING!)

  • Tony Storm
    Tony Storm 4 months ago

    i really hope Louis comes back from that stupid scandal, i miss him already

  • Tickety Bounce
    Tickety Bounce 11 months ago

    "Stand-up jokes that went too far!?!" Wrong!!! This tiptoeing around on the P.C. eggshells is what has gone way too far. Two comedians can tell the exact same joke, and depending on their comedic ability, one will crash and burn, whereas the other will have the audience rolling in the aisles. It's all about the delivery, not necessarily the content.

  • Jackson Goss
    Jackson Goss 9 months ago

    The world has become so sensitive

  • BigPrometheus
    BigPrometheus 8 months ago (edited)

    This title is wrong. The audiences laughed. Its the bloggers and subjects of the joke who like to take things out of context that were angered

  • Timothy Mukansi
    Timothy Mukansi 11 months ago

    Louis deservedly broke the internet with that monologue XD

  • Mr. Crabs
    Mr. Crabs 11 months ago

    Your rights end where my feelings begin

  • T Jones
    T Jones 1 year ago

    Best comment ever about offensive comedians was by Jim Norton I believe. He stated that a comedy show is acting. No one gets mad at an actor who portrays a pedophile on film saying, "I can't believe he said those things." Why can't people understand comedy is just a live version of acting?

  • Louis rodriguez
    Louis rodriguez 9 months ago

    They are called jokes people (JOKES).