According to research by psychologist at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, how you and your partner joke around and respond to each others jokes is an indicator of how compatible you are.

“Laughter plays an important role in romantic relationships — whether or not it’s shared together or directed at the significant other. If partners handle laughter or being laughed at in a similar way, they tend to be quite content with their relationship. People who are afraid of being laughed at, on the other hand, are often less happy in their relationship. This also affects their partner and their sexuality, psychologists from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) concluded in a study recently published in the “Journal of Research in Personality.”” says psychologist Professor René Proyer and Kay Brauer.

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