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Joke of the Week: Don't Sweat It

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It's Monday, which means it's time for your weekly dose of locavore levity: the Joke of the Week! This week's joke comes from Williston's Peter Brown. Take it away, Peter…

I walked into my bathroom the other day and I noticed that my toilet was sweating. I was like, “Relax, toilet. What are you so nervous about? It’s just me. We’ve done this plenty of times before. Are you hot or something? You’re looking a little bit flush. Do you want me to take off your tank top?"

About That Joke
Says Brown: I noticed my toilet was sweating on a hot, humid day in July, and the idea that a toilet could be nervous made me laugh. I tweeted about it and a couple people responded with puns. I turned it into a short joke, which then helped me make it to the finals of the 2016 Vermont's Funniest Comedian competition. Also, toilets are hilarious.

Meet the comedian, Peter Brown

Peter Brown - COURTESY OF PETER BROWN
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  • Peter Brown
Peter Brown is a software developer and dad who works from home and started performing standup comedy in 2015. His comedy style is a blend of dad jokes, toilet humor, sarcasm and pedantic observations. He has performed in the Green Mountain Comedy Festival and has entered and lost the Vermont's Funniest Comedian competition two years in a row. For updates on how he's coping with fatherhood, follow him on Twitter.

See Him Live
Brown is a regular at comedy open mics throughout the Burlington area.

Think you can do better?

We're always looking for jokes from local comedians. We publish one joke each week, and you can read through previous ones here.


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