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A strong sense of humor

Naturally Hard: Hard For Her Pleasure


Hey Guys—



Clearly women are attracted to men with a sense of humor—or at least

repelled by men without one.  Having a sense of humor IS essential
in attraction…but you must have the right kind of sense of humor.


Women, for example, are not (usually) attracted to “clowns,” the

jokey, immature, never serious mutton heads who spend their time
angling for a laugh.  Nor are they particularly attracted to men
who try to get them to laugh in the vain hope that they will like
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A sense of humor such as those described above is a turn off to

women because that’s all it is—it’s like cotton candy, good in
the moment, with nothing lasting.


Interestingly, for a sense of humor to be attractive, it must also

be paired with a serious side—contradiction of personality (as we
have discussed before) is highly attractive.


A man who is jokey all the time is usually incapable of providing

and protecting—after all, unless you are a professional comedian
or clown (and very few of either make a substantial amount of
money), joking around does not provide resources or protect.


The most attractive sense of humor is what I call a “strong” sense

of humor.  While it gets a woman to laugh, it also conveys strength
at the same time, providing a feeling of safety within which to
enjoy the laugh.


Some of the toughest guys in the world who I have known have also

been the funniest.  They know how to lighten up a serious situation
so people can focus on what they need to do, confident in the ability
of the leader to carry them through without losing his cool.  
Laughing in the face of adversity to settle people down is a
demonstration of the ability to focus under duress.


Some men who have zero sense of humor (always serious) like to say

things such as “this is no laughing matter,” while maintaining a
stiff face.  I have mostly found this to be ineffective and unattractive
—sometimes the ability to find humor in a situation is the only way
to stay sane and focused, which allows you to rectify that situation.


In business I face aggravations, annoyances, and irritations every

day.  A few times a year I face more serious things.  Without a
sense of humor, I’d be so mad all the time that I couldn’t focus.  
With a strong sense of humor I can laugh at the sheer ridiculousness
of the situation, find a solution, realizing it wasn’t quite as
serious as it seems.


Women are attracted to strength, and women are attracted to humor.  

Develop your “strong” sense of humor, train yourself to look for the
humor in adversity, and you will be admired by both men and women who
disrespect and laugh at the mere clowns, of which there are many in
this world of ours.


Naturally Hard: Hard For Her Pleasure

On with the fun…




-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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