Sex Appeal! Don't laugh it hurts.  

Tala4u2 54M  
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4/9/2005 11:14 pm

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Sex Appeal! Don't laugh it hurts.

Girls when looking for that guys who 'does it' for them have one consistent phrase, "...have a sense of humour." Does a funny man make a better boyfriend or lover? Look at your list of requirements, perhaps with the examples of Brad Pitt's looks, Einstien's brains and Donald Trump's bank balance tagged in there is, ...have a sense of humour.

What kinda humour? To be able to laugh when he finally meets you and sees the vision you described to him is really a 6' 3" steroid munching transvestite in leather mini, fishnet stockings with a strap-on poking out her handbag kinda humour.

Or perhaps having you picked up at the airport by a limo, delivered to your penthouse suite he arrives to take you out to dinner in his tux and smiles as you glide out of the elevator in your Versace dress and take his arm to the restaurant where a fine meal is enjoyed with sparkling repartee and quips in between a rising hot flush to his collar as you lick the skin off the olive in your martini. The meal is finished and as he gives his Gold Card to the waiter you delicately raise your leg, cock your arse and let rip a fart that shatters crystal at 20 paces, kinda humour?

My opinion is that women prefer the unfunny rich guy every time. The funny guy for women seems to come in three flavours;

MR GOOD; Sense of humour, who has the right balance of self-depreciation, jovial teasing and the ability to make smart and truthful social observations.

MR QUICK WIT; who creatively sprinkles his conversation with clever one liners, political satire and a dash of dry and sometimes quizzical wit.

OR

MR WANNA-BE FUNNY; who has a penchant for often offensive slapstick toilet humour.

This is the "strap-on in a handbag' date that you dread. Not what you expected, you know it is going to be painfull and you will feel the pain not the strap-on! For some reason your friends will not enjoy his Homer Simpson impersonations or the disgusting noises followed with the phrase, "pull my finger".


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Tala4u2 54M  
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4/10/2005 2:59 am

That age old question hunyhole, Conformity Vs Comedy? Rich in mind, character or possesions?

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nightstogether 56M

4/10/2005 3:11 am

But, don't forget, a sense of humour doesn't necessarily mean someone who is funny, rather someone who can see the funny side of things and is intelligent enough to appreciate the differences between sarcasm, irony, humour and Reality.

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wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
4/10/2005 3:44 am

I actually turned down proposals from 2 exceptionally wealthy men before I married boney, he is the Good Guy, and I wouldn't wish it any other way!

wealthy men are boring conceited people

WyvernRose


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
4/10/2005 3:45 am

Ohhhhh actually I do know a wealthy man who qualifies as a good guy, but he is my boss!

WyvernRose


expatbrit49 62M

4/10/2005 3:52 am

Tala, now thats funny and a great observation to boot, but I think the Brits need a category for their wierd sense of humour that involves a lot of sticking our feet in our mouths (LO So I know all us guys strive to be Mr. Wanna-be-funny but the girls keep most of us from going there, so where do you fit, from observation of you style I would put you as a Quick Wit but then again we dont allways see ourselves as other do.

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ccmyplaymate 50M/47F

4/10/2005 9:28 am

Why do we specify a sense of humour? Ever gone out with someone without one? Not many girls want to be seen in public with a total
ass-clown" but wit=charisma/charm if moderated by a few still functioning braincells.


Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
4/10/2005 3:44 pm

Nightstogether, yes a sense of humour is about seeing the 'funny' side of life, and being able to control that with understanding that seeing humour is at times not appropriate. Well more so 'being' funny, the Mr Wanna be funny guys don't realise that an important part of a sense of humour is to listen.

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Tala4u2 54M  
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4/10/2005 3:46 pm

Once again Wyvern you show your caring side you great big softy, such a humanitarian you are combinging knowledge and expeirience with your sensational arse. lol

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Tala4u2 54M  
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4/10/2005 3:59 pm

Expat, hah I had to go back and read my descriptions of the three catagories first. Thanks for the Quick Wit I will take that one, I have also been likened to the late Screaming Lord Such of the Monster Raving Loony Party, a reviewr of one of my shows said that i was and observational comic who likes to go that step too far, (it was a good review) close friends have told me I have an 'Earthy sense of humour' but thay are hippies so everything is earthy to them.

I really don't know what my sense of humour is except that I have one, thank fuck.

To more important thing the Brit sense of humour!! As an Australian and a republican one I like the Brits a lot which is why we have rule 13 subsection one in our constitution, "Every citizen has the right to take the unequivocal piss out of anyone or thing." Mind you I also like the French as well. I think that Brit humour is best typified by th Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy, it is so far out there yet Earth is where it come from.

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Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
4/10/2005 4:03 pm

Ccmyplaymate, those few funtioning braincells are the last vestiges of my policy of 'excess in moderation'. Nothing helps a date go smoothly than a little endorphin activation as a prelude to a great night out. The ass-clown forgets this and keeps trying to have a party in his own pants which is why they get called wankers.

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rm_WickedFemale 62F
401 posts
4/10/2005 7:05 pm

~smiles at you boldly~ if you saw my last date, you would know what a good sense of humor I have now......
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wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
4/11/2005 12:04 am

Knowledge and experience? Tala not sure if you realise this but I married a bankrupt! can't say its my brightest move in my life, but our marriage is outlasting the bankruptcy so now the only way is up! lol

the heart always makes the best lasting decisions

WyvernRose


papyrina 51F
21133 posts
4/11/2005 1:02 am

a sense of humor is neccasary into todays world and not the funny haha type who joke,but a man or woman who can laugh at them selves and with others at lifes up and downs


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i'm here to stay


patsam69 51M/51F

4/11/2005 12:17 pm

Out of the coices..I pick Mr GOOD. I married an Mr Good, and it was the best thing I have ever done. People do use the sense of humor line way to often. I have done it myself. Many people have a sense of humor...but it doesn't mean that YOU are going to like it!


Denver_Obsidian 43M
43 posts
4/11/2005 9:30 pm

Since I'm not a woman this may be more conjecture than anything else, but I think a partner with a sense of humor isn't just an woman's desire; it's a emotional self-defense mechanism. You ever seen a woman with stiff husband?! They always have that look of perpetual disconnectness that just seems to groan, "give me a valuum or kill me quickly, PLEASE!" You almost wanna make 'em smoke a joint with you just to put them out of their misery.

Besides, what happens down the road when that date turns into a marriage, a couple kids, bills stacked up, and a daughter that just turned up pregnant? Marrying a Mr. Good gives a woman better odds that he won't either keel over from a stress related heart attack, or start beating the shit out of her. Mr. Good can let shit slide; Mr Wealthy just gets high blood pressure and a drinking habit.


Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
4/11/2005 10:08 pm

Papyrina you are so right I honestly do not know any jokes! Oh I have heard hundres maybe thousands yet it is the everyday events and how i view them that is my sense of humour. Self depreciation is crucial too, I have been knoewn to do the complete opposite an stage at times though just to see how an audience reacts, it is bloody hard work to bring them back sometimes for some reason which i do not want to bore people with the humorous atmoshpere is very fragile when constructing it live for entertainment.

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Tala4u2 54M  
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4/11/2005 10:11 pm

Patsam, one persons humour is anothers bad taste. We just want to be happy and it is like asking for a guy with a six pack of abs yet why do women then get with I guy who has a six pack of beer? Because the package is always there to be unwrapped and the guidlines are always flexible. Wish I was a Mr Good!

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Tala4u2 54M  
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4/12/2005 4:37 pm

Denver Ob, how cool is that post now I know why I don't have stress. Spot on mate.

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wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
4/12/2005 6:27 pm

Hit the nail on the head Denver!

Spot on!

Sexy very true.... but perhaps they will wake up to it one day. if not well is it really such a bad thing to knock around with someone who is fun to be with when your looking for someone with a sense of humour?

Tala your not too far off mate!

WyvernRose


Tala4u2 54M  
2957 posts
4/13/2005 5:10 pm

sexyfit am I right in surmising from what you posted you mean people want their 'dates'/lovers to be entertaining and use 'sense of humour to explain this? I actually pondered for a while over your post, its brevity said a lot to me. {=} {=}

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