It’s a great idea to find one you’re interested in and learn from them, then write your version of that joke!
As you think of a joke, jot it down and write as much detail as possible. It should be about one or two sentences long – no more than that! This way.
A good joke is like a sentence; it has the same parts of speech (nouns, verbs, pronouns) and follows the rules like punctuation or capitalization.
You want your reader/listener to be able to get it quickly without putting too much effort into understanding what you’re saying.
A good jab line can create tension, build up for a bigger punchline, or be funny on its own! Be careful not to overuse them, though.