Don’t miss this big list of popular time tested settings for gag writing and creation

Today, well a couple days ago, I thought it would be great to have a go to “settings” list for comic strip gag writers. I am sure there’s other lists like it, but I wanted to make my own. The following is a researched list for gag writers.  And, without a demand, I give you some popular and time tested settings.

On and island (most popular – still used all the time)
At a chalkboard
Executive sitting at a desk
At the bar
On a safari
Looking through a space telescope
Break room
Hillbilly hut
Doctors office
Airport Line
On a couch watching TV
Factory assembly line
City street
In a prehistoric cave
In front of a national monument
On another planet
In space
Noah’s Ark
Creepy basement
Boardroom
Graveyard
High-rise Apartment
In front of a judge
In Hell
Bookstore
Riot Crowd
On a UFO
Dark Alley
Newsroom
Playground
In a horse and cart
Looking at a computer screen
Carnival
Desert / Desert oasis
On a public bus
Shipping Port
Game show stage
Morgue
Airport control tower
Barbershop
Cruise Ship
In the bedroom
Trail or Path
Jail cell
Camping
Movie theater
Kitchen
locker room
In front of a mirror
Walking up or down stairs
In the Jungle
kids crib/room
Nuclear Power Plant
Bank teller window
War zone
On a raft/small boat
Driving car
Convenient Store
Golf course
Hotel Room / Hallway
Swimming pool
Treehouse
Gladiator arena
Operating room
On a motorcycle
Front Porch
Boxing Ring
Circus ring
On stage
Firing squad
Courtroom
In the clouds/ Saints / God
Highway
Farm / Barn
Newsstand
Igloo
Grocery store
Park Bench
Laundry room
At the beach
Subway
Art museum
DMV / Government line
lemonade stand / any kind of stand
On the roof of house or building
Library
Theme park
Suburban Front/Back yard
Mountain road
At a party
Skiing
Classroom
Treadmill
Playing a video game
On the bench of a sport team

 

Up next – Gag situations!… keep an eye out for it…

 

 

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