7 Signs You’re Dating A Crazy Person

Is he quirky, or is he CRAZY?

It can be a fine line to toe, but having sat down with Jameson and brainstormed the giveaways, we think we’ve cracked the code…

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  1. Vee says:

    How about if I secretly emailed to his ex and offer to be friend with her? Is it quirky or crazy?

  2. Danielle Edwards says:

    I know this is an old post but I’m intending to watch every one is them and this is my favourite so far. The guy I was dating was crazy, some of those things you did or said in the video, he actually did. Funny though, when you did them, I was laughing even though being in those moments were often often terrifying. Being able to laugh now is a reminder of the progress I’ve made in myself since that toxic relationship that lasted over 10 years. I’m stronger every day and have to thank you Matt for becoming such an influence in my life over the past few months. Love you to pieces! Xo

  3. Dee says:

    Ha ha! Love it. Just get the tea right, it’s not that hard.

  4. Cherry says:

    Tea Nazi?!- CRAZY

  5. Kathryn says:

    Hey Matthew,

    Just finished your book, I feel great. I’ve already acted on much of the advice you have given and my life has gotten profoundly better and more fulfilled, so I’d like to say thank you so much for that.

    Although this video was hilarious for the most part, I felt a little disheartened at the end. I am a believer of sexual freedom and expression as long as both (or all) parties consent. I don’t think it’s fair to label someone as crazy for being a cuckhold/cuckquean. I personally am a cuckquean, but I am also a wonderful, kind, intelligent successful, confident, attractive woman who any guy would be lucky to have. If you saw me on the street you wouldn’t believe what I’m telling you. In fairness I do keep my sexual kinks under wraps for as long as possible, but I would be broken hearted if I fell in love with a guy and he called me crazy for it. I don’t force anyone in to anything they don’t want to do, ever!

    I’m not even sure what I expect to get from posting this, I guess I just needed to rant a little so thanks to whoever reads this.

    Take care everyone,

  6. Boria says:

    Such an elegant way to explain the subject to…say, that crazy ex that keeps bothering you *chuckles* Thank you for that! Now I can just go on quirking around freely without feeling weird about my passions!

    Oh, and by the way, you absolutely HAVE to see this! You’ll love it :D


  7. michelle says:

    Thank you for the giggles Matt, you’ve cheered me up on this grey day!

  8. tigress866 says:

    That’s it Matt! We’re through.
    I’m soooo sick of you arranging pillows!!
    What a great laugh.
    Yes, too much milk in the tea?
    Omg, yes, send it baaaaaaack !!!!!!
    I do my own milk. ;)

  9. Carly says:

    Haha Matthew!
    I think you might need to work on your technique in bed. Also, funny you mention Jerold. I recently met one of those crazies who suggested the vary same thing. Good thing my crazy detector has fresh batteries.

    Thanks for the laugh :D

    • Carly says:

      I’ve been dating on and off for a few years now and I don’t seem to be attracting my ideal kind of man. I think I have it together pretty well, but there’s a good chance that I’m missing something when most of the men I’m attracted to don’t contact me again after the first date. How do I go about getting honest feedback from the kind of guy I want to be with?

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  11. Lynn says:

    You should be doing stand-up comedy So funny but so true.

  12. Maya says:

    Um, Matt are you just out of a bad relashionship with a crazy person?
    The way you did some of those points seemed they are sitting on a very raw nerve.

  13. Elaine says:

    Ahhhh!! I’ve missed you!!
    I mean that in the sense that I’ve been away from you!! Since you turned my life upside-down (AKA) the right way up, at one of your retreats…I met a guy.
    One of the first things I liked about him?… Little ‘quirks’ or ‘idiosyncricities’ that he has. We’re still together, we’ve been through quite a few tough life events that have happened to each of us, which has brought us closer together.
    When I first met him I found his personality endearing, sweet and honest. I went through a period where I questioned how I felt about him because I’ve spent a lot of my life giving a shit about what other people think…about everything. I was a real sheople person. Thanks to you and all of the support at the retreat, I managed to ask myself the right questions that made sure it was me who liked this guy, I didn’t care if he was anyone else’s ‘type’ and I made sure I was behaving the way that would represent the best Me!!
    Might I add, this is my first relationship and I’m in an age group where you wouldn’t expect that :0
    I’m happier (freer) than ever, to asses a situation, personality, attitude or ‘type’ in terms of what suits me and who I am!!
    Thank you Matthew and Team!!!
    P.S. I’m totally quirky and… It seems to complement his quirkiness… And none of his mates are called Gerald so I reckon I’m safe!! :-P
    Lots of love !! XxxxxX

  14. Katherine Kirkland says:

    Ha ha! I think you were a bit quirky AND crazy during this one… the pillow scene??! Lol

  15. Portugie says:

    Love this video LOL!! I’m a tea drinker too :0)

  16. Alexane says:

    That’s acctually what I wanted to ask you ! I find myself a little weird and crazy, and I was wondering if I would find a guy that would accept my craziness..

    But after this video I guess I’m not crazy, just very quirky ^^
    Well, at least I hope so haha !

  17. Maru says:

    This is hilarious!!! So, I´m laughing my head off and in comes my boss looking like whattt???? (Here in Venezuela it gets serious) hahahaha… Idea for your next video: What to do if you get fired for watching Matthew Hussey videos at work… Love u!!

  18. Tosha says:

    This was absolutely hilarious!!! but also great examples!

  19. Melissa says:

    Informative and Entertaining! Thanks for the Laugh! :)

  20. Sam says:

    Thanks Matt!! Love your videos, short, fun and sweet! Keep it up xx :)

  21. Aiyana Pavati says:

    There is something I actually really need your help with Matthew I really would feel a lot safer in my life if you could help me with this.. if you think you can help please message me on my Facebook Aiyana Pavati.

  22. Jacqueline says:

    Hilarious!!! You’re right; self awareness about one’s quirks is key.

  23. Lulu A says:

    holy mother, I just dated the crazy that i had thought at first it was quirky!!Genius Matt! Genius. should have read this last month so I wont waste a whole month! lol

  24. Sandra says:

    Hilarious! I guess we’ve all got some crazy.

    How funky, I was just listening to this song called I’m Allergic Crazy.


  25. Stephanie says:

    This is brilliant! I am still laughing. The only critique I have is that “watching your friend Gerald have sex with your woman” is not crazy, it is a fetish/lifestyle for some. There is nothing crazy about it if both partners are in agreement. LOVE your stuff! Keep it up!

  26. Kooky says:

    oh ,welcome back . finally you are responding . and what about the two buttons ??? :p

  27. Kooky says:

    as an expert in craziness . I agree with you . the real difference between quirky and crazy is the quirky acts like ” it’s not the end of the world ” and the crazy acts like ” it’s the end of the world ” .

    I listened to the short audio many times , and let me tell you this your amazed more than chris pine (an actor ) . bravo . O.o
    I read Stephen’s guide . let me tell you this . Stephen touched my heart when he said “I watched as Matt put every ounce of energy into building the Get The Guy brand from scratch. At times it nearly destroyed him. He lost his social life. He buried himself in studying and learning everything he could about relationships and human dynamics. He networked like a Mad Man “. you won’t find better friend than Stephen . Matthew you are blessed to have a great person like him in your life .
    now I respect you hero and your brother more than ever.

    recently i saw your photos in facebook , let me tell you this ” what a big arm . I think you lift mountains …no … then what … donkeys . ;D


  28. Shawnelle says:

    I drink my tea black. What makes me quirky? I think it’s how I like to watch movies for their soundtracks. I would literally watch the credits to hear the song. I also still own the very first toy my parents got me when I was a kid. Matt…that pillow scene. Cracked me up. Entertaining. You’re quite funny. I like that about you.

  29. Della says:

    I think Matthew might have a second career as a stand up comic or actor even. Love the humor! Love his parody of himself.


    Della xoxo

  30. Stephanie says:

    The best friend of the guy I’ve been dating would call me up, pretending to befriend me, find out our intended plans (My bf and my plans), then she would turn around and ask to get together at specific times to disrupt or weekend. She would then tell him that he was a man and didn’t have to ask my permission to get together with her or to do anything else. This sort of behavior, including slamming my character in her fb page, continues for 7-8m when I finally lost my sheit. Now, I’m the reason we are breaking up (which I’m fine about) because I just could not leave it alone. If the behavior had ever provided a reprieve, maybe I could have but she was relentless. BUT, I’m the one that caused our breakup. .. which yes, by virtue of me getting tired of being my teeth kicked in, I suppose I did. Yay! Time to celebrate my release from this mental institution I’ve been living in. . No wonder, neither my bf, nor his bf have ever (in 40yrs, ever) had a successful relationship. Wish I’d watched this video about a year or so ago!

  31. Marlene says:

    It is just me, or Matt is looking more and more like Johnny Bravo?


  32. Holly says:

    Matt you’re bat shit! ;-)

  33. Rachelle says:

    Oh my god, I was laughing out loud the whole video!!! Good stuff Matthew Hussey!

  34. Suzanne says:

    laughing so hard. all you do is win. respect!

  35. Erica says:

    The stiff upper lip is another example of an endearing quirk. But sometimes you have to dump some tea into the harbor.

    Every one has a bad day. Every one has made at least one big mistake. Every one breaks down. Every person I’ve ever known or briefly met has something beautifully flawed about him/her that becomes a part of that individual’s story of growth and self-discovery. It’s in our failures that we discover our humanity, not in pretending an impossible perfection.

    I’ll keep an open mind and compassionate heart and take my dates with a healthy dose of honesty: complete with emotion, spontaneity, and the courage to make an occasional mistake.

    I want a human. Not an actor.

  36. Toni Coelho says:

    LMFFAO!!!!!!! he is freakn amazing!! he literally jus had me dying laughing!! i wish guys could b more like him!! 1st & 4most he’s hot af!! AND he’s got jus about evry quility tht a person could possible have!! ths man is humble,smart,original,sweet,vry well mannered,funny,charismatic,talented,unneak,”HE’S REAL”!!!!!!! I LOVVVE MATTHEW HUSSEY!!!!!!! ;)’

  37. Maradoll says:

    Quit it!! HOW am I ever going to stop falling in love with you when make me pee my pants laughing? HOW!!!! Ok, perhaps a *little* crazy. (About Matt Hussey.)

  38. Ania says:

    Also, crazy- when you’re having a conversation with your guy and he begins to turn everything around on you ASSUMING that you’re blaming him and say “Well you talk too much and ramble and you never cook me dinner when I need food and you’re the emotional one!”…after you simply and happily ASK him if he could do this instead of that next time WITHOUT even implying that he is wrong. It would just be even better, since that is not how you think meaning I’m right and you’re wrong or it needs to be my way, not your way. This seriously happened to me with an emotionally immature man.

  39. Margot says:

    I always thought you were nuts, you crazy ess oh bee….

  40. Caroline says:

    That was fun, Matthew!
    Can’t wait for “7 signs you ARE a crazy person”

  41. Faith says:

    Wait Matt… watching you have sex with his best friend Gerald is not CRAZY its KINKY. Different n’est pas? Mr Grey Will See You Now. Now there’s a movie you should critique Matthew.

  42. Paloma says:

    Was just singing “A Whole New World” a couple of hours ago. . . and I knew all the words.
    *note to self: Do not sing it on first date.

  43. Kelly Richardson says:

    You just described, every man I ever dated. Very insecure, korky turned crazy. It’s happened so much, thought that was just normal for a guy. I kept thinking, is it me making him feel on edge? Sometimes he would throw a bit of a fit. I would sit there and think…this guy is mental or has a screw lose. Still hopeful in finding that somewhat normal guy.

  44. Chris says:

    HILARIOUS! Regarding tea. It got made so poorly growing up in my household I learned to take it black and strong enough to dye my hair. Anything to avoid milky tea. = QUIRKY. See I’m self aware.

  45. Katelynn says:

    I might be crazy, every time I watch Aladdin I sing both parts of A Whole New World…oops lol.

  46. Lourdes says:

    I could barely pay attention to the rest of the video after that pillow scene, LOL!! Good one, Matt! ;)

  47. Ania says:

    I’m sorry but in many writings of yours (Matt) you spell recognize with an S when it should be with a Z:)

    • Chris says:

      That’s the difference between English used across the commonwealth and American English. As he’s English he’s spelling recognise correctly.

    • Elaine says:

      Yep, note the accent. Matt’s genuinely English which will mean organise, recognise, socialise, analysed… will be in English English. His Brother is at Oxford so I think Matt would be shunned by his co-writer/Brother/all time great guy, if he went All-American.

  48. Baby Squirrel says:

    You’re gonna get that bent over tea?! In America we don’t even see the point of tea unless it’s in a glass with ice and lemon. Now coffee….that’s a whole different story. Black with just a shot of cold water so that I may drink it without burning my tongue. Coffee is worthy of a hissy fit : ). Love the videos Matthew.

  49. Zoe Horner says:

    This video strays a little further from the usual value you provide in your other videos. I honestly love your stuff, but I come to this blog for insight and knowing how to master adding value to other human beings.

    I understand part of being generous or adding value is humour – I agree. I adore frivolity! I’m just not sure if these types of videos belong in this space?… I wonder if it may serve to water down the power of your other content on this blog?…

    I think your entertainment is great and it seems as though you’ve been increasingly embracing this aspect of your personality which is wonderful!… creating a space purely for creative expression might work…

    I just don’t correlate mastering interpersonal relationships (particularly the one with your future soul-mate) with ‘light-heartedness’… I see it as something precious and I see this as a space of integrity and learning to be the best versions of ourselves.

    With respect – I appreciate that you are taking risks and creating.


    • Elaine says:

      I’m going out on a limb here Zoe. If you want to see Matt in his upper most serious mode, where he has every aspect of your interest at heart and bends over backwards, goes to hell and back and ends up even more spent on energy in your corner than you do… Go do his retreat! I went 3 retreats ago and I can’t even imagine the power he is delivering nowadays!
      I don’t work for him, wish I did, but I can tell you as a retreat graduate, he will turn your life on it’s head!
      (Even in his humour, there is underlying grit).

  50. Essex says:

    Matt if you are going to sing a song for gods sake know all the words

    From me to you:-)

    Aladdin: I can show you the world
    Shining, shimmering, splendid
    Tell me, princess, now when did
    You last let your heart decide?
    Aladdin: I can open your eyes
    Take you wonder by wonder
    Over, sideways and under
    On a magic carpet ride
    Aladdin: A whole new world
    A new fantastic point of view
    No one to tell us no or where to go
    Or say we’re only dreaming
    Princess Jasmine: A whole new world
    A dazzling place I never knew
    But when I’m way up here, it’s crystal clear
    That now I’m in a whole new world with you
    Aladdin: (Now I’m in a whole new world with you)
    Princess Jasmine: Unbelievable sights
    Indescribable feelings
    Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling
    Through an endless diamond sky
    Princess Jasmine: A whole new world
    Aladdin: (Don’t you dare close your eyes)
    Princess Jasmine: A hundred thousand things to see
    Aladdin: (Hold your breath, it gets better)
    Princess Jasmine: I’m like a shooting star
    I’ve come so far
    I can’t go back
    To where I used to be
    Aladdin: A whole new world
    Princess Jasmine: Every turn a surprise
    Aladdin: With new horizons to pursue
    Princess Jasmine: Every moment gets better
    Both: I’ll chase them anywhere
    There’s time to spare
    Let me share this whole new world with you
    Aladdin: A whole new world
    Princess Jasmine: A whole new world
    Aladdin: That’s where we’ll be
    Princess Jasmine: That’s where we’ll be
    Aladdin: A thrilling place
    Princess Jasmine: A wondrous place
    Both: For you and me

  51. Leecis says:

    WELL DONE! I love the learning with laughter.
    Appears you struck a nerve with some overly sensitive people.
    As you’ve said, if everyone likes you, your not taking risks.

    Hi Jameson!

  52. suzanna says:

    I mean SERIOUSLY, how difficult of a task is it to measure out 2.33 ounces of 1.5% milk to create a proper cup of tea- come on! =0)

  53. Patricia says:

    The funniest video so far..

  54. Lianne says:

    Trailers are good, if I’m going to pay over £7 to see a film I want value for money. I could have a word with the cats I guess, and if you don’t introduce the tea bag to the water then add too much milk, what can I say to that?
    But if the guy is lovely and likes animals, trailers and wants to learn how to make me a tea (the way I like!) well, we might just have a keeper!
    The video reminded me of ‘how to lose a guy in ten days’ cringe crazy!
    Brilliant Matthew :)

  55. Nofyah Shem Tov says:

    I wanted to comment on this earlier, but couldn’t figure out how to do it from my mobile.

    The video about crazies is a riot. But, having lived with a crazy narcissist, I can tell you, it’s pretty accurate. However, women need tools to figure out crazy very early on before they get sucked in. Unfortunately, we often already have kids or are engaged and heavily emotionally involved before we figure it out. It took me 15 years to get away from my ex, and I still have been struggling for the last 8 years to get the child support. 23 years of life sucked miserable by a narcissist.


  56. Michelle Stewart says:

    ok, I am definitely one of those worst people because this was so funny! I am sending this to all of my friends in hopes that they will love you as much as I do it after they see this. Funniest sh*t ever!!! also, you.. Crossing the line….(the pillow scene)was perfect!!!! Lmao!

  57. Kathryn says:

    When Frozen came out at the cinema, I saw a commentary from the makers saying they didn’t initially write Elsa to be so quirky, her character evolved that way and they kept it as it made her more endearing.
    I have a friend in our circle, keen and becoming bolder who phoned to ask us to a live music, picnic event he had also posted out to all on social media. I tentatively said yes and soon got a phone call back with him opening the phone call shouting Nooo, this carried on for a while. I’m thinking wtf ! when it occurred to me my son replies to messages and he’d obviously typed No. I knew he was quirky, now I know he’s crazy. It’s good I found out now and can laugh about it. We must not date crazy people. Of course there are crazy, dangerous people out there and they will always give you clues, you must just learn how to read them. No matter how subtle. It is not your place to change, treat, or help them, we are not mental health professionals. There is clearly a problem with stigma and taboo in society around this issue, around anyone with a disability, one I feel deeply concerned about.
    This is a lovely light hearted piece, Matthew obviously has a heart of gold and a wonderful sense of humour. An underlying serious message to this is his work in making sure we all make the right choices in choosing a partner and how crucial that is to our life and well being.
    Kathryn x

    • Michelle Stewart says:

      Could not agree more, Kathryn! I understand that some people were offended because they have a disability or something out of their control and I believe it was taken to heart, when really this was as you said, a light hearted piece meant to bring laughter, never to call out anyone or offend,…and at the same time, reminding us to be safe. Well said!!!

  58. Louise says:

    Thank you for making me laugh so hard that it hurts. When it comes to the dog though, my dog always wins so here’s to being a little bit crazy :)

  59. Kate Woodhouse says:

    Matthew: Great to see you laugh so much. You’re definitely bonkers – join the human race – and now I’m really listening.

  60. A. says:

    LOL. Though I may be crazy that I won’t get in that bed if there are fleas in the house. Nope. And tea is just hot water and a bag most times. I’m with you on that one.

    Thanks for this vid. I think it’s all about what you can live with. Crazy or quirkly, the person probably isn’t going to change this behavior. So again it’s about standards and which things make you walk away.

    Singing Disney songs is not crazy. Having your house decked out like it’s Aladdin’s palace? Wanting me to dress up like Jasmine? Crossing the line for me. But to each their own.

  61. Anna says:

    This video is crazy.
    I’m like that with spiders, I can also get very irritable and annoyed. I am not crazy.
    My ex however was the calmest person who never lost his temper. He was charming and everyone loved him instantly. He was the one who was living a double life with 2 women for 4 years as well as being a habitual thief and stealing 10s of thousands of pounds. He had no anxiety whatsoever or he wouldn’t have done what he did. He was the opposite of what you say, yet the craziest person I’ve ever come across. I get that this is meant to be a funny video, but what you’re saying is simply untrue.

    • Michelle Stewart says:

      Anna…girl, I have absolutely been a victim of one of those crazy, manipulative, best con men ever, men and let me tell you that while I don’t believe at all that anything that Matt said in this video is untrue, let me tell you that no one could ever see that guy coming.. He is so far out of the box that we’re not even talking normal crazy here. The man you described is the one I was a victim of, is in a completely different league.. More like a criminal one, and that’s how they go undetected. Matt is talking way less serious crazy stuff. I’m so sorry you had to go through it and I understand, 7 years later and I’m still paying for the mistake of saying yes to my crazy guy.

  62. Tammy Evans says:

    Hysterical !! Keep making us laugh – this was way too funny.

  63. PerleDePluie says:

    Hi Matthew,

    I am a young woman with Asperger Syndrom, which is a high-functioning form of autism.

    I have suffured all my life from “normal” people misunderstanding, jugement and rejection.

    They don’t want to become friends with people who look weird and they label them as “crazy”.

    Yet they don’t know how much they are missing because they might learn a lot around people who have a unconventional way of thinking.

    This video made me think about those kind of behaviours which caused me pain.

    I think you (and as many people as possible) should learn more about autistic spectrum conditions.

    It may make you revise your opinion and become more open-minded.

    I’m sure you didn’t mean to hurt us, but a little knowledge would be beneficial to anyone.

    • Jana says:

      Agreed. I have suffered from OCD and ADHD most of my life and all of the misunderstanding and judgement is difficult to deal with.

    • Michelle Stewart says:

      Please look at Kathryn’s comment.and I’m sorry that you are afflicted with what you haveand I don’t think anyone in the world would judge you, and if they did those people aren’t worth thinking about twice. I know that Matt would never post a video intent on judging or criticize a disability or affliction. this video was probably only meant to inspire laughter and make light of a serious subject in order to remind us to be cautious. Because we should be cautious for people like my ex. He was someone that everyone loved and was quietly and viciously abusive and someone that people couldn’t believe it first would do this. And in Matt’s own quirky way, :), he brought laughter into a very serious subject.

      • PerleDePluie says:

        I know this video is supposed to be funny and that there isn’t any mean intention behind it.

        I don’t feel miserable about being the way I am, quite the contrary.

        I am miserable because of people who reject others because they are different.

        What I want to insist on is that we would all win in being more open-minded.

        A guy who seems weird to you might be a obsessive but talented musician or mathematician and not a sociapath.

        But the poor guy won’t find any woman because they judge him on his quirks and strange behavior.

        Don’t you think it is unfair?

      • Jana says:

        The video did make me laugh and I wasn’t offended about recognizing the difference between quirkiness and a sign of something being more of a problem and dysfunctional. We should all be able to recognize in ourselves and others when some type of thinking or behavior crosses the line of being abnormal and take it seriously. Ironically most people with OCD take offense of how unserious their disorder is stereotyped as in the media as only “cute quirks” and something trendy for everyone to say they’re “a little OCD” about this or that. They’re bothered that people don’t understand how debilitating it really is for them.

        The only part of the video I took offense to was the beginning when he said, “If you notice any of these signs, RUN A MILE!”

        I could understand that with the examples of people with anger outburst issues, obviously you wouldn’t subject yourself to anyone who couldn’t control their anger and treated people badly.

        Though people with simply a spider phobia or symmetry compulsions are not going to bad people or dangerous, very unlikely!

        It’s up to anyone who they want to date and what their standards are and there is no right or wrong of who a person likes or why. That’d be very hypocritical of me to say there were considering how extremely picky I am and even irrational about who I reject.

        Though to suggest as an across the board thing, that others should run and reject anyone instantly who shows any signs of anxiety is not cool. That’s up to each person is what I am saying.

        • PerleDePluie says:

          Ok :).
          I must admit I didn’t watch the video entirely because I was shocked by the “If you notice any of these signs, RUN A MILE!” part.

          I took time to watch it and realized that it is actually light-hearted and very funny :).

          And I realised that the “quirky” behaviours describe me more than the “crazy” ones.
          I am not at all the aggressive type ;).

          • Matthew Hussey says:

            Thanks for watching! :) X

          • PerleDePluie says:

            I imagined that the “crazy” behaviours were going to be just “very quirky” as opposed to “slightly quirkly”.
            But in facts they are REALLY crazy.

            It’s true you could be a comic actor. You have a great sense of humour and you don’t take yourself seriously which is a quality I admire.

  64. Anita says:

    I am watching over and over 2:37 to 2:43..and honestly I wouldn’t mind if you did that to the pillows

  65. Anne Clarkin says:

    Jana, the word ‘crazy’ is used on a daily basis and when people use it it isn’t that they necessarily mean people with personality disorders or serious mental health issues. Everybody has mental health and in my opinion having good or bad mental health is on a spectrum: I agree with Matt that not being able to see your own quirks and (I think) laugh at them is a sign that your mental health is sliding into the poor mental health category. On another note, having had both personal and professional experience of people with serious mental health problems, I’m looking for a man who is self aware and feeding his good mental health bucket. Matt if you or any man threw a cup in my house you and your dog would be out

  66. Jana says:

    Even you said that all successful entrepreneurs are a little mental and obsessive. So I guess that makes you a little mental….. ;)

  67. Jana says:

    “A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?”
    Albert Einstein

  68. Egle says:

    Oh yeah? Interesting that you didn’t mention any of the things that make you crazy. ;)

  69. Michelle says:

    You’re such a riot. Moral of the video: stray from cray.

    Ps… Your hair is quirky :)

  70. Kelly says:

    This video was so funny. Especially the comment about the dog “this dog has been with me for eight years! You will lose”! English people must take their tea very seriously!

  71. Jill says:

    Still trying to decide if I like this video or not. I will say Disney movies are FABULOUS! If I can get a guy to watch them with me, every now and then, he’s a keeper :)

  72. Jana says:

    Very offensive and insensitive. People love to make fun of mental illness and laugh at what they don’t understand. There is a difference between people having issues and anxiety and people having personality disorders where they are crazy and dangerous.

    People with anxiety disorders are not dangerous or disrespectful. In fact they’re the opposite and some of the nicest and most sensitive and considerate people and extremely intelligent and creative.

    Many of the most intelligent or creative people in history had some mental disorders they struggled with internally. Einstein, Telsa, Vincent van Gogh, Ernest Hemingway, Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens, Michelangelo, Beethoven, Samuel Johnson, only to name a few. I guess they were all unworthy and only crazy for suffering some mental pains.

    Not only are you asserting they should be laughed at and feared, though that they should also never be able to have friends or relationships. I guess they should all shoot themselves.

    • M says:

      I didn’t get any malice from this. I do understand your point though, mental illness is no laughing matter. Sometimes though it is no laughing matter being stuck in a relationship with someone who exhibited these behaviours, particularly the violent impulsive ones and aren’t self aware enough to get help or try to tone down their anger issues. Just speaking from experience, everyone deserves love, Albert Einstein was a womanizer, and Tesla ignored his loved ones for the sake of his inventions….

      • Jana says:

        No one should put up with being treated badly no matter how ‘normal’ the abuser or their actions seem to be to society or not. Those types of signs everyone should watch out for for their own sake.

        Though what bothers me is stereotyping everyone that has some mental disorder as dangerous or abusive or mean etc. or even only as a terrible person to have a relationship with. For instance, I’ve talked to and met so many other people with ocd and across the board they have been some of the nicest, thoughtful, supportive, and intelligent people I have ever known. They’re not some low lifes who smash windows or are violent or ignorant etc. Most of them are highly functioning and are artists, software engineers, or other professionals, who succeed and hold it together despite how much torment they have to put up with in their minds. Most of them are very pro social, empathic and struggle with obsessive guilt and worry about hurting others. And they’re very self aware of their problems and usually hide them from most people. They don’t want to be that way, they’re victims of a brain dysfunction.

        It’s everyone choice who they want to date, whatever it is that they like or don’t like about them or are bothered by. Though no need to stereotype ‘types’ of people cause they don’t act as ‘normal’ as others.

        I basically simply stay single and reject guys cause I know I can’t handle a relationship and have more important things to focus on, like my brain being broken. I do get envious and hate that I’ve even had too see and know exactly what I’m missing out on, though it’s simply not a choice.

        Gives new meaning to “It’s not you, it’s me!” No, really!

  73. Cara says:

    Oh no! I just learned I’m crazy! I totally love Disney movies know and will sing ALL the songs lol!

  74. Brandie says:

    Sorry, but I think I like reading the comments a little more than I do watching your videos…

  75. Tiffany says:

    Too funny!!! Thanks for the ti

  76. Ingrid says:

    Love your laugh xx

  77. Sheila says:

    Have to admit: the scene with the guy adjusting a pillow during sex turned me on. Hey, it’s been too long for me.

    Great work, as usual!

  78. janet says:

    This was so funny. I love watching these videos.

  79. Tammy says:

    That was great!!!

  80. Lauren says:

    I love this video! So insightful and cute and funny as well lol! Thanks for making me smile! I’ve had too many of these types of crazy experiences with people-some ending with me getting physically attacked and having to get call the police. Being around people who act this way can sometimes really get out of hand, the ones who freak out over every little thing or it can just be overall unpleasant and unnecessary to deal with. So, I try to be aware of how people who are close to me cope and how they react and respond to minor and major things ( I also keep an eye on my own behavior lol). But, I see so many of my friends (girls and guys) willing to continue give chances to people who spontaneously combust over small and/or irrelevant things. In the past, I’ve also been guilty of allowing someone to mistreat me or been willing to put up with someone’s unreasonable, erratic behaviors. I would justify it by saying I had a loving heart, people are not perfect, I could see their potential and I believe in giving someone second chances. While most of that is still true to a certain degree… Now, in hindsight I can see how it was really a reflection of my own insecurities and fear of losing someone that made me be willing to put up with that kind of behavior from previous boyfriends, friends and family members. Through the years I’ve made an effort to educate myself on this topic, but I still have one question that remains unclear. How many batshit crazy episodes do you put up with before you leave them? And at what point do you call it off?? What are the conditions? Depending on the situation and relationship I’m sure answers could vary…but in general what would you say? Some batty behaviors are obvious, while others are a little more subtle. Where do you draw the line?

  81. Rebecca says:

    Yes reminds me of the tree surgeon I dated who kept mentioning he had 3 chainsaws in the house and had the audacity to call me crazy when I wanted to leave! Definitely not quirky.

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