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The irony is that you can pretty much substitute anything for “humor” and your question reads the same way.
“Is this difference in our (income, religion, sex drive) a deal breaker? But I think it’s important to go deeper, to see that this isn’t a black and white issue.
So let me – a former comedy writer – riff on what I think you should actually consider when it comes to humor. My former writing partner had a girlfriend who thought he was cute and smart, but didn’t find him funny at all.
This drove him crazy, since he thought being funny was one of his most valued traits. Not only does your partner have to appreciate your humor, he has to be able to get the joke.
I’m the type of person to over-analyze and question everything in life.
” In other words, Kelly, if you make it a deal breaker, it’s a deal breaker. Just as I tell women that a man can make less than you and still be a financial asset in a marriage, I would remind you that there are many nuances to humor.
You sort of acknowledged this when you wrote, “My current relationship is not completely lacking laughter” but the double negative makes it sound probably worse than it is. If you think you’re funny, you’d better be with someone who actually agrees with you.
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