what makes it different?

Philippines
October 13, 2012 2:33am CST
Last night I was texting my friend who happened to be a male, we gone out of serious topic so I started to Thahave a little humour,. At first we were exchanging jokes and funny punch line, then suddenly he slowly got irritated, so stop texting and just replied " hahaha".. and all of the sudden he got curiosity and mad. Until now, he was not texting me eventhough I said I don't know what went wrong but I apologize. Now. I wonder, what made female and male humour different from each other? In what simple way I can understand the other sexes so I may prevent the annoyance incident. I hope anyone here can give their view.
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4 responses
@julyteen (13265)
• Davao, Philippines
15 Oct 12
I can ride on to all girls jokes. I enjoy accompanying any of the, most especilly if I like the girl. I think that man doesn't have any load that is why didn't replied you back. Have you tried calling him after few minutes remain silent? Please be considerate sometimes, keeping silent doesn't man angry or upset on the topics you've been discuss. Sometimes, we are busy and the worst things we cannot reply because running out of load credit.
• Philippines
15 Oct 12
Hahah.. I bet too. Silence sometimes give a lot of puzzles and mind swirling questions and words. I will just go after the "no load credit".It is more lighter to take in.:)
@Micmac (6778)
13 Oct 12
That is a complex question.. one that confuses me too. Men and women take humor differently like day and night. I can't put my foot on it exactly. Maybe sceience and biology has something to do with the genes, personality that make women and men so different.
• Philippines
15 Oct 12
Every individual have their unique characteristics which differs us from each other. I know, what I posted was complex one. But anyways,thanks for the post, we were alright now, just as after the talking and apologizing.:)
• India
13 Oct 12
Its really depend on what you are talking. Maybe he took some humour seriously. And that made him irritated. But i feel that being a friend there should not be any limitation in humours. And every friend should understand that.
• Philippines
15 Oct 12
Humor is anything that helps people make lightened the burdened of situation, conversation or even our dose of thoughts. Your right, there should be no limitation on it in friendship, as long as the purpose of having it is always to light up and maintain the positivity in almost anything.:)
@mythociate (13827)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
13 Oct 12
I don't know what the 'joke' was, so I can't say what the offense was. All I can say is that there is something (possibly different for each person) that people only take seriously, and 'making a joke about that thing' puts you in a place where they don't want to be.
• Philippines
13 Oct 12
I agree, it maybe, that I just have to accept the difference and have greater view of understanding between differences plus respecting it to avoid miscommunication after all.