By Brydie Lee-Kennedy Dating website e Harmony, world leaders in the field of preying on the Lonely, has published this list of 15 Reasons To Date A Comedian. Your significant other will also probably have sex with them.14.
Yeah, they might make a funny comment here or there in conversation, but they aren’t going to tell you jokes. And a lot of comedians might not even want you to see them if you’re dating. But if they do need you, they This is the same as #5! The high-level concept of sniffing a roommate’s panties definitely is “interesting,” but it might not be awesome conversation within ten seconds of meeting you.
Reason #2: died and your comedian SO grabs your recently deceased pooch, sneaks up behind you holding it up like a puppet, and starts “making it talk” in a devil voice, your reaction might not be: “Wow, way to look at the situation from a different perspective.” Reason #3: No. See Todd Barry: the most monotone, boring person you’ll meet, but a hilarious big time comedian. Comedians work at night and Friday and Saturday are their busiest nights.
Now every weekend can be an eating/sleeping/crying alone weekend! Comedians share their life stories with strangers every night. Conversation is nothing but a dumping ground for failed material.11. Friends will think your significant other is hilarious. Friday August 11: John Shuttleworth, Jonny Awsum, Steve Bugeja, Peter Brush, Goodbear, Erich Mc Elroy, Rory O'Keefe, Holt & Talbot, Tony Wright, Harrison Charles, Andy Stedman, David Huntsberger, MC Jimmy Mc Ghie PLEASANCE DOME, 6.40pm.
Your date will also probably have sex with them.13.
And when you do meet another comedian you'd like to mouth kiss, what does it mean? You'll still bicker and fight — except you'll hear about it in a very public forum, disguised by the sentence, "I used to date this guy ..." Because the pretense of privacy is moderately more important than laughs. And of course, like any other couple, a comedy couple will be asked when they will get married, repeatedly.
Like any other couple, they might get married and they might not.Were you paying attention when I said comedians want to perform for audiences? Reason #12: If you’re a normal person, you probably won’t like them. Flash forward to you, sitting through hours of single-sided debate, while your lady or fella tries to work out just the right punchline—" mentally-challenged gorilla?I really need your opinion"—and you try to look like you care even a little.1 piece of advice I was given (besides don't be like Dane Cook) was: Don't date another comedian. Also, I'd been around the open mic scene enough to think, "Why would I want to hang out in another mom's basement when I could hang out in my own mother's basement? I did a good job abstaining from dating comedians my first year in. That way if the date doesn't go well, you can face this person again at open mic, use the story on stage and pretend it was someone else entirely. For some weird reason we like getting up in front of people and telling jokes and seeing how many days in a row we can wear the same shirt and hope no one will notice! It's easier to get to know someone when they're not hiding behind the curtain of the Internet like the Wizard of Oz.