Stand-Up Comedy

Also called stand-up, stand-up comedy is a comic speech delivered by an individual (at times, a couple or more) anywhere where there’s an eager audience and a stage: bars, parties, clubs, etc. The act can last a few minutes or even an hour. The speech could be a monologue of funny accidents that stitch to […]

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Black Comedy

Also called dark comedy or black humor, black comedy is a comedy genre that presents serious or taboo topics such as rape, human trafficking, genocide, disease, depression, sexual or domestic violence, etc. in a humorous way, without trivializing the subject. The audience usually experiences amusement and discomfort at the same time. Black comedy is also […]

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White House

Located in Washington D.C., the White House is an American president’s official residence. The building was named the White House in 1901 by Theodore Roosevelt. Prior to that, the mansion was referred to as the President’s House, President’s Palace, and Executive Mansion. Though the first American president George Washington laid plans for building the House, […]

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Catacomb

A catacomb, also called the Empire of the Dead, generally refers to an underground cemetery, comprising a network of tunnels and passages and their fair share of turns and twists. The network spanning several hundreds and even thousands of acres is usually filled with the bones and skulls of the dead. Since these catacombs are […]

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