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And all that reading this article made me think is that the person writing it either a) is a comedian who’s desperate to get a girlfriend, b) has wildly idealised the idea of dating a comedian, or c) has FUCK ALL idea of what they’re talking about. But if you’re also a comedian or have any desire to do anything even related to comedy, you will be accused of just sleeping around to get progression. Because of the unstable nature of their careers, comedians appreciate healthy, stable relationships to come home to. But I will say that a healthy stable relationship is bloody difficult when you never know when your partner is going to be in/touring the country for weeks at a time/out every night for the next two weeks/around because there’s a dry spell so there’s no money to speak of and they’ll be sat in a corner crying….. There is freedom in being vulnerable with strangers.
Because all of these reasons that this person puts forward are negatives as well as positives. Though you might want to change “not always” to “hardly ever” and “admirable” to “insane and stupid”. No matter how long you’ve been together, you will always be the slut who fucked someone better than you for a break. It means you don’t have to really communicate it to others, because you’re doing it in the form of a joke.
And they won’t care as long as it gets some form of laugh. Either that or they just won’t show up to the party. Also, it’s one thing seeing a gig where your other half does a really great job, whole other deal if they die on their arse. Related: Bragging about your date’s newest comedy routine will do him/her good.
Not to mention that 80 – 90% of the material that any comedian writes doesn’t go into their set. You’ll be the target of questions such as “I was actually alright wasn’t I? ” and threats ranging anywhere from cancelling the next gig to suicide. Actually, what people find funny is one of the most subjective things in the world.
Go see a famous comedian together for a date instead. Some of your friends might (MIGHT) find your significant other hilarious.
Though even then you might not survive without hearing exactly why every single joke they did was funny/ not as funny as in the last show. Your date will introduce you to plenty of interesting characters. Some will almost certainly find them less funny than consumption and syphilis combined.
And bragging about your date’s newest set will annoy all your friends and probably your date too because it’s not finished yet and as such, still a little bit shit. Not every comedian exploits his personal life in his act. (Jerry Seinfeld doesn’t diss his wife on stage, and he’s done okay for himself.) Firstly, *his*act?
Most people say they want to date and fall in love with someone with a sense of humor. At first glance, why wouldn’t the ideal significant other be a fun guy or gal who doesn’t take their self too seriously and is a guaranteed fun time?