Ellen Degeneres' Tips To Making People Instantly Like You
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We all want people to like us. And Ellen Degeneres seems to have that down to a science.
Ellen Degeneres is one of the most likable hosts on TV. And it’s largely due to the types of jokes that she makes. Almost all hosts are funny, but Ellen’s style of comedy has a way of instantly endearing her guests to her.
Today we are going to talk about the most common types of jokes that Ellen makes, how you can use them to get people to immediately like you, and some habits that you can work on to just generally be funnier throughout your day.
1:10 - The kind of jokes that make people sad, ones that Ellen rarely makes
2:08 - Self-deprecating jokes make people feel comfortable around Ellen
3:10 - Poking fun at subjects that people are not insecure about allows Ellen to crack jokes without upsetting people
5:20 - Making ego boosting jokes that make other people feel good, makes Ellen someone that people want to spend more time with
5:59 - Ellen can also joke around and just simply be silly
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My favorite go-to icebreaker joke is:
Two muffins are baking in an oven.
One muffin says, "It's hotter than hell in here."
And the other one says, "Oh my god! A talking muffin!"
Two penguins are walking down the street.
One of them says, "You look like you're wearing a tuxedo."
And the other one says, "Maybe I am."
She is NOT APPROACHABLE in real life. Look through the persona. Yes, it's funny....but she is not a nice person irl. Either she's gotten hard or she's had some bad experiences with freaky fans...or.....she's just always been a bitch. Plus she totally botched the line completely with the Liza Minelli joke. She stumbled over it.
All humour is based on pain.
If you try to think of an example of a joke that isn't based on pain, the best you're gonna do is come up with a knock knock joke or something similar, and frankly those aren't funny.
Slapstick is very obviously based on pain. Even silly humour is basically a way of degrading yourself, a mild form of humiliation. Another form of pain. The reason it's ok to laugh though, is because you know that the person isn't actually hurt. The second the pain became real, it would not be funny anymore.
young stand up comedians uses people in the crowd to make fun of, where they coming from or what kind of job they have, Russell Peters have used this technique too... I just find it pretty annoying and it shows that they haven't written any material for the night and just improvise as the night goes by
hm I myself have the impression that you are better not her enemy and that she can destroy you easily and that she can be dangerous (in a social way) if she not like you. She is really charismatic and funny but she is a type of person I would not trust or want to be friends or have her near my circle...
I think that most people don't act like that because you gotta have a sharp mind to make jokes on the go while not really offending anyone. What I mostly see is people making jokes at the expense of others, instead of making these harmless jokes, or just resorting to old formulas. Of course, if you train yourself to be fun in the right way, your brain gets sharper, but most people just go on autopilot like you said :) I personally love acting silly, it's refreshing and I love when my friends join me. This type of situation has created some of the best memories in my life
I don't get older people's humour AT ALL
1. Don't know the context. It's a just simple question.
2. She's just saying a fact and implying "I'm older than you."
sooo..? Rihanna? is just laughing out of politeness or got the "good timed programmed laughter" skill.
3. She's stuttering. She seems scared of some repercussions.
4. The girl is bringing out a serious matter for people to reflect on with seriousness,
and this Ellen kills her message, stops her words to reach the public
by owning back the spotlight with a unrelated forced comparison.
I felt that she ridiculed the girl for trying to deliver an important message.
The girl didn't get the joke. Her adjusting clothing movement shows is trying to compensate for the little discomfort she felt.
5. Being sick is a serious matter and if it something that doesn't heal for a long time,
it should naturally invoke sympathetic worry for the person's suffering and hope for the person's recovery first.
NOT making a indifferent joke of "ew, don't give it to me" plus, in reality it actually has a contagion possibility.
So, where is the joke? The joke would be that bitch actually getting sick after that.
Because she deserves that for being indifferent.
Fake people have too much power.
I learn hard to reduce it little by little.
Jokes That Make People Instantly Like You are:
1. Self-deprecating jokes.
2. Poking fun. People are unlikely to be insecure about things that are either temporary, common or not core to their identity, and are likely to be insecure about things that are permanent, uncommon or core to their identity.
3. Ego boosters.
Lessons that can make you more playful:
1. Find a simple ritual.
2. Move your body.
3. Find a way to bring actual games into your interactions.
But she's not one of the most likeable host , what did you make that up? nobody asked us. Everybody I talked to can't stand her. Well almost everybody there's a couple of girls I know that would like to meet her but even they say it would depend on how she acted off camera.