By Kristyn Schwiep

Russell Brand and ex-wife Katy Perry have been divorced for over a year, but the 38-year-old British comedian is still including Perry, 28, in his stand-up routine. According to, Brand made joked about his sex life with Perry during a gig at London’s Soho Theatre on Wednesday, July 31. “When I got divorced, I considered becoming a monk. When you’re a monk, you’re not allowed to have sex with anyone. When you’re married, it’s one person. That’s one more than a monk,” he allegedly joked. “It’s not that different. I’d be having sex thinking, ‘Think of anyone, anyone else.'”

What are some risks of too much humor in a relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

When you decide to add humor into your relationship you should consider the consequences.  Using too much humor in a relationship can lead to harsh feelings, confused emotions, and might lead to a break-up.

1. Confused: Using humor in a relationship can sometimes ease an uncomfortable situation, but sometimes you might take it too far.  Cracking jokes at your partner could leave them seriously confused on how you actually feel about them and your relationship.

2. Feelings: Feelings can get hurt when you use too much humor in a relationship.  Even if you think you are being funny you need to consider your partners feelings.  You partner might not find the humor that you do and you need to consider his/her feelings before making fun of them, even if it is all in good fun.

3. Break-up: Using too much humor in a relationship can ultimately lead to a break-up.  You partner might not be able to handle all the jokes thrown their way and it might take an emotional toll on them.  Constantly using humor in your relationship can lead to frustration, which can ultimately lead to you being alone.

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