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posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 12:55 AM
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Originally posted by American Mad Man
I agree with the thread starter.

Women are prohibited from being funny. It's just an inherent flaw that they all must deal with.

Women never have been funny, and never will be funny.


Totally agree with ya. I know of one male comedian that would agree with me 100% and thats Andrew Dice Clay. In one of his standups he criticized all female comedians, saying they just wasting their time. I couldnt agree more - they just got better things to do!
I never said I hated women. I love a womans kindness, their beauty, their intuition, their caring nature - but defnitely not their sense of humor. So all their comedians should stop trying to be funny!




posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 01:02 AM
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wtf joo talkin' bowt? Women ain't funny?

Mrs Doubtfire had me roflmaoirl!



posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 01:30 AM
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Originally posted by American Mad Man
I agree with the thread starter.

Women are prohibited from being funny. It's just an inherent flaw that they all must deal with.

Women never have been funny, and never will be funny.


Alright, let's make a deal. I will stroke your ego and agree with you that women have an "inherent flaw" that prevents us from being funny if you agree that men like you are nothing but egotistical meatheads.

Like someone said earlier in the thread, this is all subjective. You are posting your opinion just as I am. Stop acting as if what you are saying is 100% fact.



posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 01:59 AM
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Originally posted by snowflake_obsidian
Alright, let's make a deal. I will stroke your ego and agree with you that women have an "inherent flaw" that prevents us from being funny if you agree that men like you are nothing but egotistical meatheads.


Your answere to what I think about my ego can be found here...


Meathead, not so much. I may have more then the average amount of fast twitch muscle fibers in me, but I don't know any meatheads that go to Wharton.



Like someone said earlier in the thread, this is all subjective. You are posting your opinion just as I am. Stop acting as if what you are saying is 100% fact.


There is nothing subjective about this. Women are not funny. That is a fact. It is as true and certain as death and taxes.

The only thing funny about female comedians is that they think they are funny. Thus, you can laugh at them...and even then, it's more of a sad, pathetic humor.



posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 06:52 AM
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I think the issue here is that men do not get our jokes.



posted on Mar, 9 2006 @ 02:03 PM
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originally posted by American Mad Man:
Your answere to what I think about my ego can be found here...


Well at least you admit being an egomaniac.


Originally posted by American Mad Man:
There is nothing subjective about this. Women are not funny. That is a fact. It is as true and certain as death and taxes.


You know, the whole theme of this website is "Deny Ignorance" and that has to be the most ignorant statement I have seen. The fact that there are different opinions voiced on the subject in this thread, and neither opinion can be proven right or wrong because different people find different things funny, makes this all subjective.

So go ahead and continue being a comedic mysoginist, and i will continue to laugh at you in the same manner that you laugh at female comedians.




posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 02:13 AM
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Originally posted by snowflake_obsidian
You know, the whole theme of this website is "Deny Ignorance" and that has to be the most ignorant statement I have seen.


Example "A" of why women are not funny and can not be comedians...



posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 02:15 AM
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Originally posted by Bibliophile
I think the issue here is that men do not get our jokes.


The "issue" is that women are telling jokes, but they aren't funny.



posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 02:18 AM
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Originally posted by American Mad Man

Originally posted by snowflake_obsidian
You know, the whole theme of this website is "Deny Ignorance" and that has to be the most ignorant statement I have seen.


Example "A" of why women are not funny and can not be comedians...


How is that an example? I wasn't trying to be funny when i said that, I was posting an observation.

Or is it because I don't find your "fact finding" humorous?



posted on Mar, 11 2006 @ 01:58 AM
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Originally posted by snowflake_obsidian
Or is it because I don't find your "fact finding" humorous?


No, it's because women have no sense of humor, as this thread clearly demonstrates.



posted on Mar, 11 2006 @ 02:09 AM
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Originally posted by American Mad Man

Originally posted by snowflake_obsidian
Or is it because I don't find your "fact finding" humorous?


No, it's because women have no sense of humor, as this thread clearly demonstrates.


As I have said earlier in this thread, I am not taking this too seriously. It is merely a discussion. Of course I know in your mind this friendly debate wouldn't be complete without a raging fem-nazi and you're just imagining me getting all huffy puffy over the issue. LOL!



posted on Mar, 11 2006 @ 02:49 AM
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Originally posted by snowflake_obsidian
As I have said earlier in this thread, I am not taking this too seriously.


Don't lie. Baby Jesus doesn't like lies.



posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 01:43 PM
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Originally posted by Bibliophile
I think the issue here is that men do not get our jokes.


Oh, the irony!! Please stop!!! Please stop!!!!



posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 02:35 PM
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Lily Tomlin comes to mind as a funny comedian. Minnie Pearl was funny, as was Gracie Allen.

The thread originator might be too young to remember comedy before vulgarity and profanity were de rigeur. Vulgarity and profanity are often substituted for humor and such is even less appealing from women. Perhaps that's what's at issue here.



posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 06:44 PM
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The only funny female comedian is Ellen, but she isn't funny Haha she is funny the other way.

Come on men, female comedians have been keeping us down far to long!

Oh sure we get one in every now and then, like Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carey, Lewis Black, Denis Leary, Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, Red Fox, Steve Smith, Jon Stewart, Leslie Neilson, Adam Sandler, Jim Carey, Carlos Menica, Cheech and Chong, Andrew Dice Clay, Donny Baker, Tim Wilson, Weird Al, George Lopez, Kevin Pollack, Robin Williams, Stephen Lynch, Bernie Mac, Jeff Foxworthy, ROn White, Bill Engvail, Larry the Cable Guy, Kevin Smith, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and Tim Allen, but that isn't enough!

BTW: I am joking, being sarcastic, why I listed as many male comedians I could think of at the time.

Edit, more male comedians...
en.wikipedia.org...

Roger Abbott (1946-)
Russ Abbott (1947-)
Chris Addison (19??-)
Joe Alaskey (1949-)
Carlos Alazraqui (1962-)
Jack Albertson (1907-1981)
Jason Alexander (1959-)
Dave Allen (1936-2005)
Steve Allen (1921-2000)
Tim Allen (1953-)
Woody Allen (1935-)
Eddie Anderson (1905-1977)
Louie Anderson (1953-)
Tom Arnold (1959-)
Gregg Asch (1962-)
Arthur Askey (1900-1982)
Rowan Atkinson (1955-)
Dave Attell (1965-)
Roy Atwell (1878-1962)
Dan Aykroyd (1952-)
damali ayo (1972- living)
Richard Ayoade (19??-)
Hank Azaria (1964-)
Craig Anton (1965-)
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B
David Baddiel (1964-)
Bill Bailey (1964-)
Nick Bakay (1964-)
Jorn 'Google Hat' Barger (1953-)
Arj Barker (1974-)
Ronnie Barker (1929-2005)
Sacha Baron Cohen as Ali G (1971-)
Carl Barron (19??-)
Chris Barrie (1960-)
Dave Barry (1947-)
Todd Barry (1964-)
Alfie Bass (1921-1987)
Norman Beaton (1934-1994)
James Belushi (1954-)
John Belushi (1949-82)
Mitch Benn (19??-)
Jack Benny (1894-1974)
Michael Bentine (1922-96)
Milton Berle (1908-2002)
Des Bishop (19??-)
Jack Black (1969-)
Lewis Black (1948-)
Ben Blue (1901-1975)
Ray Bolger (1904-1987)
Fortunio Bonanova (1895-1969)
Victor Borge (1909-2000)
Wolfe Bowart (19??-)
John Branyan (1965-)
David Brenner (1945-)
Bernard Bresslaw (1934-1993)
Jim Breuer (1967-)
Franny Brice (1891-1951)
Marcus Brigstocke (19??-)
Albert Brooks (1947-)
Mel Brooks (1926-)
Arnold Brown (comedian) (19??-)
Joe E. Brown (1892-1973)
Lenny Bruce (1925-1966)
Brendon Burns (19??-)
George Burns (1896-1996)
Billy Bush (1971-)
Red Buttons (1919-)
Ed Byrne (197?-)
Jason Byrne (197?-)
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Louis C.K. (1967-)
Sid Caesar (1922-)
James Campbell (19??-)
John Candy (1950-1994)
Eddie Cantor (1892-1964)
Scott Capurro (1962-)
Drew Carey (1958-)
George Carlin (1937-)
Alan Carney (1909-1973)
Jim Carrey (1962-)
Adam Carolla (1964-)
Carrot Top (1967-)
Jasper Carrott (1945-)
Frank Carson (1926-)
Johnny Carson (1925-2005)
Dana Carvey (1955)
Dan Castellaneta (1958-)
Adam Cecil (19??-)
Cedric the Entertainer (1964-)
Charlie Chaplin (1889-1977)
Graham Chapman (1941-1989)
Dave Chappelle (1973-)
Craig Charles (1964-)
Charley Chase (1893-1940)
Chevy Chase (1943-)
Michael Chiklis (1963-)
Andrew "Dice" Clay (1958-)
John Cleese (1939-)
Jackie Clune (19??-)
Imogene Coca (1908-2001)
Sacha Baron Cohen aka "Ali G" (1971-)
Enrico Colantoni (1963-)
Stephen Colbert (1964-)
Billy Connolly (1942-)
Kenneth Connor (1916-1993)
Tim Conway (1933-)
Steve Coogan as Alan Partridge and Paul Calf (1965-)
Dane Cook (1972-)
David L. Cook aka Mortermer Crabbottom (1968-)
Peter Cook (1937-1995)
Tommy Cooper (1921-1984)
Ronnie Corbett (1930-)
Bill Cosby (1937-)
Lou Costello (1906-1959)
George Coulouris (1903-1989)
Mark Critch (19??-)
Norm Crosby (1927-)
David Cross (1964-)
Billy Crystal (1947-)
Seán Cullen (1965-)
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D
Brian Damage (1950-)
Rodney Dangerfield (1921-2004)
Ted Danson (1947-)
Rhys Darby (19??-)
Larry David (1947-)
Alan Davies (1966-)
Danny De Vito (1944-)
Jack Dee (1962-)
Dom DeLuise (1933-)
Hugh Dennis (1962-)
Les Dennis (1953-)
Andy Dick (1965-)
Richard Digance (1949-)
Omid Djalili (1965-)
Ken Dodd (1929-)
Charlie Drake (1925-)
Richard Dreyfuss (1947-)
Ryan Drummond (1973-)
Jimmy Durante (1893-1980)
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E
Earthquake
Jenny Eclair (1960-)
Neil Edmond (19??-)
Adrian Edmondson (1957-)
Jimmy Edwards (1920-1988)
Justin Edwards (19??-)
Ben Elton (1959-)
Harry Enfield (1961-)
Bill Engvall (1957-)
Lee Evans (1964-)
Kenny Everett (1943-1995)
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F
Bill Fagerbakke
Jimmy Fallon
Chris Farley
Marty Feldman
Graham Fellowes as Jilted John and John Shuttleworth
Don Ferguson
Will Ferrell
Noel Fielding
W.C. Fields
Dave Foley
Jeff Foxworthy
Pablo Francisco
Al Franken
Stan Freberg
Stephen Fry
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G
Jim Gaffigan
Gallagher
Graeme Garden
Jeff Garlin
Janeane Garofalo
Zach Galifanakis
Ana Gasteyer
Ricky Gervais (1961-Living)
Rhod Gilbert
Jackie Gleason (1916-1987)
Gilbert Gottfried
John Goodman (1952-Living)
Dave Gorman
Luba Goy
Boothby Graffoe (comedian)
Kelsey Grammer (1955-Living)
Jeff Green
Seth Green (1974-Living)
James Gregory
Kathy Griffin
Christopher Guest
Deryck Guyler


[edit on 12-3-2006 by DevinS]



posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 07:05 PM
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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott

The thread originator might be too young to remember comedy before vulgarity and profanity were de rigeur. Vulgarity and profanity are often substituted for humor and such is even less appealing from women. Perhaps that's what's at issue here.


I concur. Vulgarity seems to be the standard to meet for comedy these days. It is truly pathetic.



posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 10:07 PM
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also this has been burning in my mind for quite some time and finally i feel the need to get it off my chest.



When I first saw this thread I read the title was female condems. Thats the only reason I even clicked it. Ad now the world knows. lawl funny how intarnet works dyslexia 4tehwinz



posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 10:51 PM
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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
Lily Tomlin comes to mind as a funny comedian. Minnie Pearl was funny, as was Gracie Allen.

The thread originator might be too young to remember comedy before vulgarity and profanity were de rigeur. Vulgarity and profanity are often substituted for humor and such is even less appealing from women. Perhaps that's what's at issue here.


Grady,

I'm somewhat surprised you didn't mention Phyllis Diller, well respected in her day.

You make a good point as to the acceptance of vulgarity from female comedians, for that matter male as well. While the trend seems to be based on an injection of such with every third or fourth word out of their mouth, it loses even more comedic appeal coming from the ladies.

I can't say I have truly been humored, by actual comedy, in quite sometime. In my opinion, there's more comedic value in some of the old black and white slapsticks than most on stage performances today. Fortunately, they're available on cable and DVD when true abdominal exercise is required.

Good point.



posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by Herman

Originally posted by Bibliophile
I think the issue here is that men do not get our jokes.


Oh, the irony!! Please stop!!! Please stop!!!!







posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 12:42 AM
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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
Lily Tomlin comes to mind as a funny comedian. Minnie Pearl was funny, as was Gracie Allen.

The thread originator might be too young to remember comedy before vulgarity and profanity were de rigeur. Vulgarity and profanity are often substituted for humor and such is even less appealing from women. Perhaps that's what's at issue here.


I like vulgarity in female comedy when it's done in moderation. I agree that it can be way overdone from both men and women. However it seems the male comedians get applauded when they are overly vulgar, and I personally don't think its funny when either gender overdoes it.





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