I'll definitely take a comedian over a rapper. Comedians to me are just more expressive and there aren't very many female comedians that are well known. But I'll definitely take a comedian over a rapper any day.
I will definitely go with the comedian cause I'm away for you know this is little weird talking until the motherfucking waitress scientific I'll have to sort my chicken and Jacuzzi on the radar Chapman
In a heartbeat, I'd rather date a comedian. I feel like I would much rather be laughing the majority of our relationship rather than feeling like I'm competing because rappers, I don't know, I feel like they always want something new.
I would definitely take the rapper, but not the mainstream type of rapper, not the ghetto rapper, the party rapper, the stupid rapper, the trashy rapper, the nasty rapper, you know, no talent rapper, not dem types.
There's just something about the intelligence of a man who can particularly freestyle a poetic masterpiece And he got something to say, you know, he ain't talking about drugs. He ain't talking about sex. He ain't talking about violence He's talking about something intelligent and it rhymes and it coming out of nowhere y'all
Actually, let me say I'm okay with it being about drugs and sex and violence and that type of stuff as long as it's artful You know, there's a thousand and twelve operas that are about that. So it's not inherently bad. But how is it done? Is it tasteful? Is it artful? Is there a story being told? Is there talent here, you know?
I think about it like this, I would rather have a man who's super smart than super funny because the intelligence is more useful. What am I going to do with that humor? You know, and I've dated plenty of men, none of them have been comedians, and we've still figured out how to laugh. The intelligence is what's irreplaceable.
Granted, I already have a generally gleeful disposition. I'll sit up there and laugh at anything, so I don't value the humor all that much. And also, I'll be cracking jokes all day or day, so I'm already the comedian. He does not need to be the comedian, too.