It doesn't matter who you have met and if they did manage to make you laugh, what does matter is that your man doesn't do it for you anymore because if he did, the other guy wouldn't be on your mind. If you're not happy with your man and now find yourself having to fall in love with him again, then it means you feel shackled to him because of the length and history of your relationship (and possibly the expectation of just being together) rather than you having the absolute need to be with him. If you did have this need, this other guy wouldn't have had the effect on you that he has had, as you post about.
While you have taken steps to 'remove' the other guy from your life, it doesn't mean that he's the guy you should be with, or that you have missed the laughter, rather the whole situation just shows you where you stand with your man and where your relationship with him is at.
If you have doubts and confusion about your relationship, then your gut is talking to you and you need to listen to it.
This is a hard one.
Look, there are some things that bring up some alarms.
1.- He's your highschool sweetheart.
You know nothing more. That means that you will find a lot more guys attractive down your way. You're working now, and you will have to deal with more people on a daily basis. Since you've been on your "sweetheart's bubble", you still have a lot to go through and a lot to learn.
2.- He's not funny at all.
Dear, after the years pass by, the most useful skill you will find is your sense of humour. Once you get married, there's no option to say "See you tomorrow" or "I'm not feeling well today, let's meet later". Once you're married and living together, you need to have something else to hold on than just your idea of who he is, because that's going to shatter to pieces once you 2 are on the same place 24/7.
My advice for you is the following:
Keep your eyes and ears very open. Talk with him from the bottom of your heart. Let him know that you're worried and what you have done to try to solve the problem. This can be just a taste of what marriage can bring. Depending on how he handles the situation, you can decide if that's the man you want to share your life with or if you would better part ways.
I hope this helps you.
This new guy is entertaining you. Thats part of the wooing stage.
Best to free yourself up to explore more men and the differences there are in personalities. Seems you know just one.
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