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Anecdotes for speeches and writing

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An anecdote is a short story, narrative or parable often used in speeches, essays, toasts, books, articles and other written or spoken products. Anecdotes are often funny, interesting, surprising, ironic, humorous and may teach a lesson, be biographical or cause reflection. Funny or intersting anecdotes can help make your speeches or writing better, especially when used in conclusions, introductions or to prove a point. We hope our anecdotes will help you in your speeches and writing.


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Funny anecdotes
  1. Thumbs Up - Ronald Reagan
  2. When in Rome
  3. Castaway
  4. I Shall Be - Winston Churchill
  5. Presidential Poultry
  6. Friends or foes - Ronald Reagan
  7. Shark attack
  8. Body Parts
  9. Don't Mess With Marines
  10. Lost in translation
  11. God talks to Adam
  12. Seashells
  13. Angels in disguise
  14. Einstein's statue
  15. Einstein's impersonator
  16. Committees & logic
  17. Philopher's question
Inspirational
  1. Seashells
  2. Angels in disguise
  3. Edison's interviews
  4. Einstein & expectations
  5. Philosopher's expectations
  6. Mother Teresa's mission
  7. Mother Teresa on suffering
  8. Padre Pio & a newborn
  9. Gandhi's prison project
  10. Gandhi's philosophy on poverty
  11. Gandhi & the goat
  12. Gandhi's traveling style
  13. Gandhi and religions
  14. Mandela and fear
  15. Edison's interviews
  16. To build a republic




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