Watch Stand-Up Comedy For A Comedic Adventure

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When you're watching Kevin Hart or Chris Rock perform a stand-up comedy routine, you laugh the entire time. I tend to laugh even harder when these comedians make fun of the particular groups that I identify with because they're usually relatively true observations.

Stand-up comics make fun of every group of people, including each group with which you identify yourself. A first glance, this might seem like it would detract from cultivating a desire to experience other cultures, but here’s my take on the matter.

By allowing yourself to see the humor in your own social situation, you allow yourself to laugh at...yourself. If you can laugh at yourself while watching stand-up comedy, you can laugh at yourself more easily when someone takes a verbal cheap shot at you later.

When a person takes it upon themselves to criticize you, the underlying cause of that outlash comes from their own personal insecurities; therefore, the issue should rest with their lack of confidence instead of deteriorating your own confidence.

Watching stand-up comedy allows you to recognize these potential openings that others may prey upon, but it presents these openings in a comical manner, which will foster your capacity to laugh at yourself.

According to Psychology Today, laughing at witty humor actual makes you smarter, which is another benefit to watching stand-up comedy.

Plus, stand-up comedy is plain hilarious and it will make you laugh (even if you try to suppress it). Laughing fosters happiness, which, as we know, leads to a more confident lifestyle. So, laugh it up!


Tom Malone is the Editor-In-Chief of The Adventure Tribune and author of adventure novels, like Across Americana. He is based in Denver, Colorado, where he adventures through the Rocky Mountains while not traveling abroad.
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