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The joke not to tell

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Hey Guys—

As I have mentioned many times, the ability to make a woman laugh,

especially in spite of herself, is one of the most important
components of the skill of attraction.

After all, no woman ever said to her girlfriends, “Oh my God, I just

met this amazing guy, and you’ll never believe how boring and serious
he is.  I mean, he never smiles or laughs at all.”

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That’s just not how the world works—women like men who can make

them laugh and keep them laughing, because laughing makes women
feel good.

So, if you want to attract women, you must develop, and continue

to develop your sense of humor.  As a neat bonus, when you do so,
you also attract great friends and opportunity. The world loves a
man with a well developed sense of humor.

A very important part of your sense of humor is knowing the joke

not to tell, or the line not to say.  I don’t mean this from the
point of view of offending people (although you should think about
that before spewing something), I mean it from the point of view
of simply being not funny.

For example, every woman who is a nurse has heard crude jokes about

being the “head nurse.”  Any woman in law enforcement has heard more
jokes about handcuffs than she could care to admit.  And any man who
tells such jokes is immediately put into the category of dope because
she’s heard them so many times.

Women like men who are different, and the men who are the funniest

avoid saying the things that are un-funny.  Sometimes those things
are obvious, but sometimes they are subtle.  For instance, oftentimes
it’s not the words to avoid saying, it’s timing.

Timing is incredibly important in humor, and the right words said at

just the right woman can crack people up and have them falling out of
their chairs.  But those same words said 15 seconds later are suddenly
not so funny because the moment has passed.  Recognizing this and
NOT saying anything can keep you from being an “un-funny guy.”

When you are learning to make people laugh, you will make mistakes

and say a lot of stuff that’s not funny.  But if you pay close
attention to what makes them laugh and what doesn’t, you can get
really good really fast at this skill.

The good news is, it doesn’t take much to be funnier than most guys

because they don’t look at sense of humor as a skill to be developed.  
They just open their mouth and let words come out.  But if you develop
a sense of humor, learning when NOT to say something as well as when
to say it, you will attract a lot of women because they know you can
make them feel good without making them feel bad.  And then they will
make you feel good.  Very, very good.

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On with the fun,

-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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Art Of Steel, Inc.  
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