Dating comedy stand up, 11 of the funniest stand-up comedy routines of all time
The list below isn't in any particular order. He has pornographic images in his head and he wants to relive them… Listen to what I'm about to say: When he applies that style to relationships, he cuts to the heart of the bullshit that often surrounds human connections.
HIs theory is that women can never go back materially as in, if her last boyfriend had a car, you'd better have a car as well and men can never go back sexually.
You will forward him the audition dates for teams at UCB. You know the male-female dating relationship so many comedians riff on? Here he starts deliberately making couples in the audience uncomfortable about the amount of fidelity women can expect from a man.
Normand enjoys calling bullshit on numerous behaviors that make dating such a grind in the modern experience. Like shaving their big toes.
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He often flips the script on his listeners in order to pinpoint the underlying fallacy involved. Chris Rock Chris Rock is arguably the best-known comedian of the past two decades.
Their candid observations structured through humor make the entire process a little less tiresome. I went there with commenter southernadventurer who got up and sang Bon Jovi you give love a bad name.
Just because he came, does not mean you made him come. Still, the message here is that you shouldn't cheat. His humor was always provocative and often crossed the lines of good taste. It is a man thing.
Neither men, nor women, or humanity in general particularly come out looking good in this clip, but it's classic all the same. Aparna Nancherla Many comedians like to entertain audiences with wild stories about the crazy characters they meet on a first date or the never-ending exasperations of their relationship, but Nancherla goes about things differently.
If you fall for a man who owns a Richard Pryor poster, who listens to Patton Oswald on tape deck in the car, you will bind yourself to a paradox, to a tragic character who gets off on risking his dignity and yours.
Nancherla revels in building twists and turns into her comedy, always playing with audience expectations and riffing on classic dating jokes with her own clever quirk. Follow her on Twitter aawicks. Mitch Hedberg The king of one-liners delivers a classic one-liner. Nowhere has the topic of dating—including being single or in a serious relationship—been more fully and honestly explored than in stand-up comedy.
Eddie Murphy Nowadays known more for a series of uninspiring Hollywood comedies, it's easy to forget how good a comedian Murphy was in the 80s, as seen in his two classic full length sets Delirious and Raw. Aziz Ansari Ansari wrote the book, quite literally, on Modern Love, in Dave Chappelle Dave Chappelle's classic Killing Them Softly set in was more about telling goofy stories than observational humour, until he segued into perceptions of female beauty, materialism and relationships towards the end of the set.
They eat up the persona he enacts onstage when anyone else might receive a slap for such opinions. Trouble rises from the floorboards when you love the man on stage. Because Britney Spears is the kind of woman you see on television and say "oh, she's let herself go.
It will stop being fun, the act of giggling, because each sound you make in amusement will be catalogued and analyzed. That book grew out of his stand-up, which focuses heavily on dating, relationships and the growing communication chasm in the digital age.
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Iliza Shlesinger Shlesinger more than peels back the curtain on every idiosyncratic dating routine women go through in order to impress a guy—she practically burns it all down. We'd put a quote here, but then that would pretty much give away the whole thing. Should you fall in love with him, he will pursue your laughter with the same zeal he uses to coax out your moans late at night.
He expounds on the theory, painting men as depraved creatures after one thing only: