Hi Ying. Thanks for responding. I’d say…

Hi Ying. Thanks for responding. I’d say first that the humour was mostly due to the fact that my friend and I were “playing” multiple “characters”. That certainly made it funny, but it wasn’t written with a comedic angle. I tried to get more people to help me out and participate as the “Lions”, but it was a warm sunny day and no one was keen – so I did what I could. But more to your point, I don’t believe that humour takes away from professionalism at all. In fact, laughing releases endorphins which make people more comfortable and set them more at ease. If anything I’d say that this would make them more receptive to an investment pitch.