Author Archives: Michael Jagdeo

About Michael Jagdeo

My name's Michael Jagdeo, and I refuse to write about myself in the third person. I'm a Comedian from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In addition to honing my stand-up comedy act, I maintain this blog and write the weekly comedy article for blogTO.com.

This Is How My Mind Works

They say that great minds think alike. Some jokes start with sayings like that. OPPOSITENow, as a comedian, you’ll typically take the opposite stance, i.e. They say that great minds think alike…damn, I can’t think of a joke here. Let … Continue reading

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What’s So Bad About Being Embarrassed?

Inspiration for this post comes from a video in which Tony Robbins helps a man to stop stuttering. I wanted to apply the same psychiatry on myself to see what I could discover. I just needed the right question… Tonight, … Continue reading

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What Was I Talking About Again? – Episode 1 – Eliminating Negative Behaviour

Great, another podcast. Just what we needed. It’s called WWITAA, or What Was I Talking About Again? Why I think this podcast’ll be different: It’s a secret. It’s a small secret, but a secret nonetheless. On this episode, I share … Continue reading

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To Gain The World But Lose Your Soul

In this blog, I’m going to show you my thought process as it happened in real time. The italicized portion in the beginning is my thought process before I figured out the underlying truth. If you don’t give two shits … Continue reading

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Crying into a Plate of Chicken Wings

You know, ever since I started this blog, two things have remained pretty consistent: 1) My anxiety/depression/fear of the stage (or more accurately, my fear of rejection and negative feedback). 2) My weight. The first constant, so to speak, is … Continue reading

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