" at your great aunt's funeral like some terrible stand-up. Most of us are content with just making people laugh. All right, let's dial it down a bit, but just because we're making jokes doesn't mean we're constantly happy-go-lucky. Even if we're laughing, just check in with us sometimes.9. While our friends typically get our whole funny shtick 24/7, you're not always going to get that with us. Just because we can crack some jokes doesn't mean we secretly want to break into comedy. We are your secret weapon at office dinner parties. If people introduce us as funny or ask us to tell a joke on the spot, we'll retreat into our (probably) metaphorical shells.4. These moments might come during a serious talk about where our relationship is headed. But we're not about to start screaming, "HEY, GANG! And if we do, get ready for long, weird hours and lots of questions about whether or not a particular joke is funny as we quadruple-guess ourselves. Get ready for us to be really elitist about some of your favorite TV shows. We hate being called "funny guys." On a personal note, I hate writing this and even self-identifying as being funny. Sometimes we can't resist making a so-bad-it's-really-bad-and-almost-good pun or throwing out an actually good one-liner. Half the time we're making jokes, we're still taking things seriously. Don't keep pushing us to take an improv class unless we bring it up. When you enter into a relationship with married men, inevitably you step into a world that can reveal a lot of joy, and yet, tear all the happiness away instantly.And this cycle of happiness and pain repeats itself until you can’t take it anymore.
It’s insulting, especially when he says you mean so much to him, but that’s the life you have to accept. And every time you ask him to walk out of his relationship, it would just lead to frustrated tears. And at times, it can take years for you to accept the love of a genuine man you meet later in life.
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