Here's what passes for levity in bar prep these days:
"Remember when you were a kid and you had a question about whether you could do something? You didn't go to the neighbors, right? They didn't have jurisdiction. And when you went to your parents for permission, what did you do? You knew dad was more likely to say yes, so you went forum shopping."
"Real answers from questionnaires that potential jurors filled out, before they were considered for selection:
Q: What's your marital status?
A: Pretty good.
And from another potential juror:
Q. What's your marital status?
A: Don't know.
. . .
Q: Last book read?
A: The Bible.
Q: Last movie seen?
A: Debbie Does Dallas."
I suppose the fact that I think these things are funny says it all.