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Whats the funniest 5 Min lesson/Presentation you have seen?


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Moon_Monkey_Spunk

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#1
I’ve ran a quite a few DIT/BIT courses in my time and have seen some very funny 5 Min lessons. does anyone know of others they have seen or given?
Here’s the recent ones;

1. How to Catch/Prepare/Cook a Fish
2. Face Painting for beginners
3. Laser pen Demo with target practice.

 
A man may fight for many things. His country, his friends, his principles, the glistening tear on the cheek of a golden child. But personally, I’d mud-wrestle my own mother for a ton of cash, an amusing clock and a sack full of French porn.

The_Wolf_Man

The_Wolf_Man

Swinger
#2


#2
5 Minutes of why women go to the toilet in pairs! V. funny and educational!
 
Wolves, like the Indian, choose their mates wisely and do not part ’til death; making the two spiritually entwined.

dutch_paddy

dutch_paddy

Old-Salt
#3


#3
On my JNCO cadre, a presentation showing the main parts of an SLR using a sooty hand puppet as a prop. He got an A and is now a WO2 :D
 
God is a stand up comedian playing to an audience too scared to laugh

wellyhead

wellyhead

LE
#4


#4
How to fall asleep during a leadership cadre and not get caught

It even had its own pneumonic SLEEP

Snoring – Its a dead giveaway
Line of sight – Always ensure someone is between you and the instructor
Entrances – Keep a note of where they are, beware course DS entering from sidedoors unexpectantly
Elbows – Wedged on desks and hands jammed under chin, usefull to support the head and stop it rolling about, positon your pen to resemble taking notes
Premature awakening – If you wake with a start, don’t shout, flinch or launch your pen in the air

 
"Either way, a big Primark at 5.30pm on a Saturday is the closest you’ll get to a physical manifestation of the mind of a pre-menstrual woman."

A_Knocker_Till_The_End

A_Knocker_Till_The_End

LE
Moderator
#5


#5
mate of mine did "piles" signs & symptoms.

he struggled all the way through to keep a straight face.

 
Mr. Chard Sir! Patrol has come back, Zulus have gone, all of ’em. It’s a miracle! If it’s a miracle Colour Sergeant, it’s a short chamber Boxer Henry, point 45 caliber miracle. And a bayonet Sir! With some guts behind it!

freedomofspeech

freedomofspeech

Old-Salt
#6


#6
mate of mine did one about the military bootlace went on for about 45 Min’s.

it was very good.

 
kills bugs dead

scarletto

scarletto

LE
#7


#7
sex life of a matchstick.
 
49 Para Close Recce troop. Motto "your Bush is our Home"
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clanker

clanker

Old-Salt
#8


#8
My mate at Westbury TCB, a lecturette on "cutting rug on the dance floor" hilarious.
 

B

BlotBangRub

LE
#9


#9
It was much longer than 5 mins, and it was on a relatively serious subject but the funniest lecture I saw in the Army was the "Medical" talk given by a RAMC Cpl on pre Yugoslavia training. Thsi was to over 200 troops of ranks from Private to Major.

He was hilarious, and his talk was without a doubt the highlight of the course.

Even the rather serious Lt Col running things got up at the end and said "How the f**k am I meant to follow that?"

 

northern_warrior

northern_warrior

LE
#10


#10
OPTAG 2004, the cinema in Sennelager packed to the rafters. Every bloke in there thinking the same "can’t be fookin arrsed with this"

In the audience is every rank from private to brigadier……….

Out walks a WO2 medic type. The subject i think was health and hygiene in foreign climes…………………

Therein followed one of the funniest and most controversial lectures i have ever been privvy to!!!

I may be wrong but i’m sure this man’s opening gambit was " if yer a dirty cünt out in the field you are gonna be a liability to yourself, your mates and the blokes that will CASEVAC your disease riddled arrse!!!"

This lecture contained EVERY anglo saxon word known to man and was very very un-p.c. Bearing in mind the instructional techniques outlined by the army i.e. no swearing etc………it was fookin amazing………..and guess what i remember it!!!!……………i was sat 2 rows behind the Brig and he was pissing himself for 45 minutes.

awesome :D

 

ringdoby

ringdoby

LE
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BlotBangRub said:
It was much longer than 5 mins, and it was on a relatively serious subject but the funniest lecture I saw in the Army was the "Medical" talk given by a RAMC Cpl on pre Yugoslavia training. Thsi was to over 200 troops of ranks from Private to Major.

He was hilarious, and his talk was without a doubt the highlight of the course.

Even the rather serious Lt Col running things got up at the end and said "How the f**k am I meant to follow that?"

Click to expand…

It was a LCpl who gave the briefing to us, and yes, it was pant wettingly funny.

On my Class1 course, a mate was stitched up by another mate, and was given a 5 min lecture on Bell Ringing. Using other members of the course as ‘Bells'( each with his own tone/ sound), ‘D’ went on to give an absolutely brilliant lecture

 

http://www.torn.com/1532827

Active_Edge_841

Active_Edge_841

Old-Salt
#12


#12
One of the funniest I ever saw was when a student was doing the demo part of E.D.I.P. on a B.I.T. course several years back.

Just for the record he was teaching a highly original ‘Origami’ T.P. for his 20 min skills.

Anyway on the demo he filled his origami cup (Paper) up with water, thereby proving that the said origami cup could hold liquids.

Not satisfied with that, he then proceeded to hold it above a member of the class (His head.) At that point the paper cup decided to release its contents upon the poor unsuspecting person below.

At that moment all hell broke loose as a very wet & angry fijian :x leapt out of his chair looking like he was about to do ‘The Cibi’ :dance: on a very red faced & apologetic B.I.T. student. :oops:

And of course it was all caught on the trusty Trg Wg camcorder. :D

 

RIP
My sperm ducts
15.09.08
You had a good innings
Sad to say goodbye

______________________________________

Steven

Steven

LE
#13


#13
How to change a nappy.

Complete with shite smeared "before" example which the instructor then used to explain how to check your childs health.

Judge the colour of the shite.
Smell,
Texture
and finally of course taste.

Had half the course heaving. :)

I am 90% sure that it was a Mars bar smear on the nappy but knowing the bloke who did the lecture perhaps not :?

 
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nurse_ratched

nurse_ratched

Old-Salt
#14


#14
How to change a nappy with practical demo – top humour – plenty of opportunity for inuendo :wink:

The humorous pre-op medical brief is in fact largely scripted and has it’s origins in the briefs given in antiquity by 2 Geordie environmental health technician/sexually transmitted disease nurse WO1 & WO2’s known as ‘Tab’ and ‘Fook-off’ respectively. The subject matter does lend itself to stench pipe humour however and is guaranteed to raise a laugh.

Edited for bone spelling

 
‘I’m not going to change your sheets again Mr Hastings’

drain_sniffer

drain_sniffer

LE
#15


#15
nurse_ratched said:
How to change a nappy with practical demo – top humour – plenty of opportunity for inuendo :wink:

The humorous pre-op medical brief is in fact largely scripted and has it’s origins in the briefs given in antiquity by 2 Geordie environmental health technician/sexually transmitted disease nurse WO1 & WO2’s known as ‘Tab’ and ‘Fook-off’ respectively. The subject matter does lend itself to stench pipe humour however and is guaranteed to raise a laugh.

Edited for bone spelling

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Its been updated alot since "Tab"”s day – but granted some of the jokes are the same

 
does anyone read the signature block?

Horridlittleman

Horridlittleman

LE
#16


#16
I had the (mis)fortune of watching an airborne loggie give a lesson on how to shave your pubes. The lesson began with a set of clippers on a desk and said loggie in Asslt Boots and leopard skin print thong! The thong didn’t stay on for long. IIRC the aim, incentive and reason why all revolved around the fact that it made his c0ck look bigger! :lol:
 
I could match my wage in civvy street but then I’d have to do some work!

devilish

devilish

LE
#17


#17
Once saw a lad give a lesson on how to spark up a ciggy covertly in the field. All this entailed was him sparking a smoke up in the classroom and showing everyone how to cup the smoke in the palm of his hand and smoke away!
 
Don’t sit on the fence, it will jag your arrse.

Dougal: Oho, Ted, the Italians know about football, all right. And fashion. God Ted, do you remember that man who was so good at fashion, they had to shoot him?

fcuk him, if he’s too slow, he’s dead!

Cuddles

Cuddles

LE
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#18
BlotBangRub said:
It was much longer than 5 mins, and it was on a relatively serious subject but the funniest lecture I saw in the Army was the "Medical" talk given by a RAMC Cpl on pre Yugoslavia training. Thsi was to over 200 troops of ranks from Private to Major.

He was hilarious, and his talk was without a doubt the highlight of the course.

Even the rather serious Lt Col running things got up at the end and said "How the f**k am I meant to follow that?"

Click to expand…

Was that at Westdown in ’96? I remember it particualrly because he warned us that alcoholism could not be treated by going "cold turkey". funnily enough that night they allowed us to have a few ales!

 
They used to say if an infinite number of chimps typed we would get the works of Shakespeare, the internet has proved this is NOT the case…

B

BlotBangRub

LE
#19


#19
Cuddles, it was somewhere on Salisbury Plain in a very cold and snowy December in 1998.
 

rockdj99uk

rockdj99uk

Clanker
#20


#20
A few years ago I saw someone get up to do a 5 min ice breaker. He stood in front of the class, gripped the lectern as if he was trying to rip the top off it, looked around the class with wide staring eyes at which point he went deathly white and started violently shaking the lectern before falling to the floor and fitting uncontrollably.

Hilarious

 

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Funny Informative Speech Topics: Beware the Infectious Laughter!

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When you have written your funny, informative speech, you should rehearse it until you can objectively say it is great.

It’s common knowledge that practice makes perfect. And when it comes to humor, practice is even more important. A lot of practice will refine your presentation of a funny, informative speech topic. So practice your funny speech presentation in as many ways as you can! Give your speech in the mirror or on camera, or recruit friends to practice on. The more times you practice your speech, the better you’ll get at delivering those awesome punch lines.

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Nick Field

Nick Field

Persuasive speeches are tricky. Either you go for logical persuasion, which requires very deep and irrefutable technical knowledge, you parody logical persuasion (e.g. Vegetarians are destroying the planet by shirking their responsibility to consume methane-producing cows which drive global warming) or you seek to inspire with emotional content, i.e. personal stories. If the latter, think about the common experience with your audience and what you know now which you didn’t realise at their age, e.g. From my own experience:

Being happy in a job is way more important than the prestige or money you get from a bad one

you don’t “find” a good partner, rather you make a good relationship, partly by changing yourself

the most important learning comes from just trying lots of things, and often failing

discipline and people-skills count for a lot more in most career success than raw intellect and technical knowledge

being comfortable with yourself (as you really are, not the airbrushed person you show Instagram/Facebook) is one of the most important achievements to help you in life

Package up stories of your real experience into a speech on a theme like this, weave in plenty of self-deprecating humour, and make sure it’s pitched lightly and gently as what you’ve come to realise/believe, not as a lecture on “how it is”. Most addresses to young people are lectures of one kind or another, so that’s what your audience will expect, “another boring old person telling me what to do”. Surprise them.

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Kriteesh Parashar

Kriteesh Parashar , ed-tech specialist, amateur historian

I say go with education system and role of creativity.

Students are inherently creative, they connect with anyone who talks about it. Talk about music, dance and arts. Talk about these topics, schools preach about creativity in a very rigid manner. Students like open-ended talks regarding these subjects. Try to bring about the unapparent similarity in various forms of art and how art has paved the way for development in ancient and modern cultures.

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Daniel Burns

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Ill just brainstorm a couple ideas that seem like good topics.

Recently, Ive recognized a huge trend in people turning towards mediocrity.  One good topic could be discussing why you should never settle for underachieving, and how you shouldnt run your life off of simply how much money youd be gaining, instead of finding personal satisfaction in your work.

Another unsavory trend that has existed for countless years is the belief in your own powerlessness; remind them of the many examples in history where the feeling of powerlessness gave into tyranny.

But, there are plenty of nice things to talk about, and i dont remember qualifying for mensa. Good luck!

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David McQueen

David McQueen

Always talk about something you have knowledge on.
Preferably some experience in as well.

We connect to each other through knowledge and through story, so if you can find a personal topic that combines the two you are on to a winner.

Remi Ali

Remi Ali , studied at University of Siena

talk about their future life evloving sexe, financial situation and family responsibilities
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