Looking back over your past relationships, I bet you’ve noticed that the ones that didn’t work were also the ones in which, at least by the end, there was no laughter. If you can’t together laugh at life (and sometimes laugh at each other) you may have an adversarial relationship or a disrespectful relationship or a disinterested relationship or some other kind of distant connection — but it’s doubtful whether, when the laughter dies, you love each other or even like each other very much. Yakov Smirnoff explains:
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