Jokes about dating older people
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In other words, men make more attempts at humor, so they are successful more of the time.“Men are willing to take more risks [in humor], and they also fail more miserably,” Gil Greengross, an evolutionary psychologist with Aberystwyth University in Wales and author of the 2011 study. If you fail and you're not funny, you lost maybe a few minutes.
But if the person laughs, the benefit can be huge.”Men make so many joke-attempts, in fact, they are assumed to be funnier—even when they’re not.
The men were “pretty excited about the task,” but the women were more reluctant.
“There was one female subject who came in, looked horrified and said, ‘Uh, but I’m not funny,’” she recalled.