Dating advice blog for men

01 Aug

I have a VERY FUNNY dad, whose humorous personality is adored by everyone who knows him. So, because of my experiences, when I grew up I was always attracted to men who made me laugh.So, growing up, I assumed that all men were funny, and that women were supposed to just sit there and laugh and be entertained by their husband’s humor (like my mom did and still does most of the time.) Most of my dad’s friends were really funny, too, so the first time I realized that not all men were funny, I was very confused. I have been in relationships with men who weren’t particularly good looking, who didn’t have the best bodies, and who weren’t the brightest bulb in the drawer, but who I enjoyed immensely because of their wit, charm and their ability to make laugh to the point where my cheeks hurt.Below is a post from Divorced Girl Smiling, which I decided to repost on this site because I think it offers great dating advice for men: laugh and be funny!

I have been in arguments with my boyfriend (a very funny guy, of course) and I will be ranting about something, and he will just start laughing.What usually ends up happening is that I start laughing, too. I even remember how funny my ex-husband could be at times.If that’s not the best case for the argument of how important humor is in relationships, then I don’t know what it. Think Chris Farley, Kevin James, Seth Rogan, Will Ferrell, Jim Carrey, Jack Black, Chris Rock, Ben Stiller.There is hypocrisy in that we advertise and teach a logical system for attracting women, because the truth is that what we teach isn’t totally logical.The logical pieces are mostly for the men, lines can work because they give men confidence to approach, not because women “fall” for them.