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Think about it, most humor is at the expense of something or someone, whether it be a specific person or a social group. Humor that isn't targeted is annoying as hell (puns... other dumb stuff) and not usually funny. Now I sometimes try to make my friends laugh and I'm pretty good at that but I've realized that if I try to avoid saying negative things I'm usually less funny. That's a trade off I'm willing to make, and it's one I started thinking about from Chris's "21 Things You Can Do to Stop Being Negative" where he said he used to be sarcastic and people laughed at his sarcastic remarks but he stopped.
I don't think it's impossible to be positive and funny but surely you all have met some people that are very funny but kind of bitter--and thus not always fun to be around. I kind of have this problem, I think. I'm easily the funniest guy in my group of friends but I can see how I come off as bitter. I'm willing to stop all my negative talk/observations but I realize that would be a major shift from my persona (among friends--don't worry I realize that Mr. Funny Man isn't a great sexual strategy haha).
I guess I don't really know what I'm getting at. Basically, has anyone else made an effort to be less negative even if it meant not being the funny guy? Or has anyone realized that their "being funny" was just an excuse to be negative?
hey i am not qualifed to give advice, here is my thought tho:
why do you insist on that you have to be funny? i mean if you're cool and positive people will still be happy/enjoy being around you, e.g celebrities are considered cool people, and everything they say is cool/funny, and they don't nesssicary crack down on other people. so i think real fun (and not bringing other people down/sarcarsm fun) is just about being a cool person, and automatically what you say will become cool.
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