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Kevin Hart On The Funny Thing About Women, Love and More

November 4th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

ED: NOTE: In my pursuit to evolve UntilIGetMarried.com into something that doesn’t resemble other (great!) relationship/lifestyle sites, I am starting a brand new interview series with comedians entitled, “The Funny Thing About…”. I like comedy. I like talking about relationships. So I decided to marry the two by asking comedians what makes them laugh about relationships and all the stuff that goes with it. They don’t have to be funny, just insightful. To kick things off, I start with one of my favorite comedians, Kevin Hart.


Most people are going to recognize Hart for his memorable cameo in “40 Year Old Virgin” or more recently his role as the funeral director in Chris Rock’s “Death At A Funeral”, or maybe his hilarious eBay commercials. But Hart is his most funny when he’s doing his stand-up.

For those who have never seen his stand up specials, “Grown Little Man” and the more recent, “Seriously Funny”, do yourself a favor and watch them immediately. Hart’s comedy touches on his family, most often his relationship with his woman and children. One of my favorite Hart  jokes is when he’s talking about how he hates when his woman always wants to argue with him while she’s naked. Calling from his hotel while on his “Laugh At My Pain” tour,  Hart broke down the funny things about women, love, dating, and other relationship topics for UIGM. Read on, enjoy, then click on the link at the bottom to find out if and when Hart is hitting your city on his “Laugh At My Pain” tour.

THE FUNNY THING ABOUT LOVE

Love? What’s funny about it to me, honestly, is the ups and downs. When you first hear the word, people expect it to be the white picket fence and the puppies. The reality is, it’s a commitment; it becomes a job to a certain degree. Love shouldn’t feel like work but some women make it feel like work because women go on emotions, men go on reality.  For a man, it’s like, “Look babe, yes, love is good but love ain’t gonna pay the damn bills, so I gotta get my little a** on out of here and get this job done.”

THE FUNNY THING ABOUT WEDDINGS

My wedding was hilarious, because it was in Vegas, and I got married with a blazer and some jeans on. I didn’t do the big massive size wedding with family, friends. It was just like, “Hey, you wanna do it? Okay. Let’s go now.” I think the smarter people that get married realize, Hey, rather than spend all this money on a wedding, let’s put this money into a house, into our future, into our kids.

THE FUNNY THING ABOUT SEX

The more you open up the nastier you find out your partner is. The shocking details you find out about a person as the relationship goes on, that’s when it becomes funny. When you’re talking about a female and you’re talking about the things that a female does and the level of freakiness, it’s in every woman. It just takes a dumb guy to act like it doesn’t exist. If you think your lady is innocent, that makes you a bigger fool. Every woman was a h*e to somebody, that’s what I tell myself, that way I’m not shocked.

THE FUNNY THING ABOUT DATING

The whole experience of getting to know someone over and over again, those are the things that make you laugh.You have to start over and think, Oh God, I wonder if she uses the bathroom with the door open or I wonder if she’s one of those women who likes to talk in the morning with her breath all funky and her mouth all open.

THE FUNNY THING ABOUT WOMEN

Anything a woman does or goes through, she expects a man to know and understand, so a woman expecting me to understand them can make me laugh. In my relationship, it’s simple. Nine times out of 10, our arguments came from a point where my woman would say, “Hey, this is how I am, Kevin. You know that. You should understand that.” For me it’s like, “So what? I don’t care.” If I think something is wrong, it’s wrong. Don’t expect me not to think it’s wrong because you say this is how you are and women do this. NO! That’s not how arguments work.

THE FUNNY THING ABOUT ARGUING

I argue over everything. I argue just because I can, just because it’s my house. Any man should understand that. Sometimes you have to create turmoil in your house, I’ve done it for years. There is no love without hate. You have to go through some angry points, that’s how you appreciate each other more, when you piss each other off the most.

Tour dates, DVDs, and more on Kevin Hart can be found on his website, KHartonline.com

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  • v4c

    About the Funny thing about Arguing –

    I actually agree with the principle here…not the method, lol. A relationship without the “making up” moments is one I don’t want to experience. No two people will agree on everything. When you are being real/honest in your relationship, you’re gonna disagree, it’s gonna get tense (at the least), you’re gonna make peace, and then you’re gonna…make up. 😉

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  • http://twitter.com/thefabfoodie Qiana McKoy

    OK Jozen…LOVE this new feature. Kevin Hart won me over with Seriously Funny – I literally cried while watching it. It’s like Martin-Lawrence-“You So Crazy”-funny. I really love that his comedy is not from cracking jokes about people – it’s about his life. Fantastic Post – I’m excited to see who’s next!

  • Southern Poise

    LOVE YOU KEVIN!

    THE FUNNY THING ABOUT SEX

    “Every woman was a h*e to somebody, that’s what I tell myself, that way I’m not shocked.” LOL

    NOT TRUE…

    How bout with every relationship things may get freakier. But not necessarily true that she was somebody’s “Hoe” before you. Trust, there have been things that I said I wouldn’t do, haven’t done and will not do(ok never say never). But then maybe I got into a new relationship and I was more comfortable with that person and in my own sexuality to try new things. So just cause I’ve tried it on you, doesn’t mean I did it to the last.

  • CourtyJ

    Jozen… SMART MOVE! Loved it. Absolutely enjoyed! Looking forward to this new interview series. Kevin Hart was a GREAT way to kick this off. Proud of ya.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/2FXR3MIN4X7L4RZG2O7Q7LRGHI Scarlett D

    I like the new feature.

    A favorite Kevin Hart line “First of all, you throwin’ too many big words at me, and because I don’t understand them, I’m gonna take ’em as disrespect. Watch your mouth…”

  • http://twitter.com/divynthought Divyn Scorpio

    Hilarious. “Every woman was a h*e to somebody, that’s what I tell myself, that way I’m not shocked.” Quote of the week lol.

  • Nadira Rae

    LOVE Kevin Hart…”one pillow, one blanket…BY MYSELF!!!” (PHILLY STAND UP!!! 🙂 Anyway, great addition to the blog. Of course, we all love comedians because they’re funny and entertaining, but they can also be insightful and drop some great jewels on us (as Kevin showed us here). A few of my favorites were:

    “I think the smarter people that get married realize, Hey, rather than spend all this money on a wedding, let’s put this money into a house, into our future, into our kids.”

    -TOTALLY agree! The budget of your wedding will not necessarily be synonymous with the quality or success of your MARRIAGE (it’s not just a wedding). Focus on what’s important people! My parents got married 33 years ago at City Hall and had a reception (read “party” lol) at my uncle’s house…they’re still going strong.

    “Every woman was a h*e to somebody”

    -HAHAHAHAAA! touche

    “I argue just because I can, just because it’s my house…Sometimes you have to create turmoil in your house, I’ve done it for years.”

    -Aha! So THAT’S where it comes from…ok lol. But, he’s right…if you can weather the storms together, then you definitely have more of an appreciation for (and deeper understading of) one another.

  • Sstarquinn

    Love this feature (kinda missed seeing inside your mind for a day, but this was cool); absolutely love Kevin Hart. You should interview comedian Larry Lancaster from Baltimore. Look him up on Facebook. 🙂

  • PYT

    I love this post and this addition to the site. I find myself agreeing more and more with the idea of forgoing a wedding and just having a huge party for all my friends and family…..I want real estate in more than one location so I can do without the wedding ceremony.

  • Violet

    Appreciate the new element! Kudos!

    Of course you would italicize this:

    “Hey, rather than spend all this money on a wedding, let’s put this money into a house, into our future, into our kids.”

  • http://blackpicket.com brownivyx

    This is a pretty awesome new facet. I was *just* thinking about buying a ticket to his show. Good stuff, keep it comin’!

  • http://twitter.com/flockabey AGNG

    Its not true. There is love without hate. LOVE is eternal, like god. Hate passes away, like Satan. Purposely creating hate for the sake of it is FOOLISH and counterproductive and a POOR excuse. I let him slide though because I figured he was joking *shrugs*

  • http://teaandsuch.blogspot.com Tea

    I like this segment. Thanks for trying to mix things up for us.

  • http://thegoyslife.com/thegoysgirlwonder AGNG

    “I let him slide though because I figured he was joking *shrugs*”
    <<Guess you didnt read that part?

    And there IS love without conflict, the problem is most people (including myself) haven't learned. It requires evolution and development. It is important that we know it is possible (know our true potential) so we do not neglect to strive for it.

    My point is this is a mindset of excuses and underachievement, and should not be promoted.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_LZD67SWW3NPN5LAK5IRJVHWGQQ Ashley

    I loved it!!! I’ve seen Seriously Funny and Grown Little Man and died laughing at both.

    Can you see about/look into interviewing my two favorite comedians {{Roy Wood Jr and Finesse Mitchell}}?? please

    thanks!