Some people do comedy their whole lives and nobody notices, and in that respect I guess this was a great success.
I have a joke about offensive language that goes like this...
"The most offensive word IN THE WORLD is nigger. I think it should be cripple, because no ones wife ever fucked a guy in a wheelchair."
Well last winter I did a show in Glasgow, dropped that joke on an unsuspecting audience of white folk, and the guy who ran the show got piiiiissed! I can't legally say his name... but the show he does is called 'Chris Henry's Comedy Creche'. (loophole)
The guy was fuckin' rude! And the next day I woke up to a bunch of messages asking about the show. Turns out, 'the guy' had posted to the entire stand-up community asking them not to book me as I'd started my set by 'repeatedly calling people the n-word'.
The topic blew up! 100+ comics from all over Scotland and beyond left comments skewering my act without seeing it, putting all their comedic tact into letting me know I was a racist and not welcome in comedy anymore.
Luckily, the girl I was shagging at the time filmed my set on her phone, which helped expose the nonsense & salvage my sparkling reputation.
The video got a lotta views and a lotta thumbs up and now it's the top video when ya search 'comedy creche' on youtube.
I have since heard the guy tried to hang himself, like a shit pinata.