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Give me some books and a good movie, and I'll be happy.

I doubt you'll ever meet anyone like me. But you'd have to find that out for yourself, wouldn't you?!

I like finding fun in every situation, but then again, I can be pretty boring.

Is this correct or is the usage of commas too much?
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I doubt you'll ever meet anyone like me. But you'd have to find that out for yourself, wouldn't you?!

I think will works better than would. You'll have to find that out for yourself, won't you?
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Hi,

Give me some books and a good movie, and I'll be happy.

I doubt you'll ever meet anyone like me. But you'd have to find that out for yourself, wouldn't you?!

I like finding fun in every situation, but then again, I can be pretty boring.

Is this correct or is the usage of commas too much?

#1 fine.

#2 fine, although in formal writing I'd omit the period after 'me'. You might wish to replace it with a comma.

#3. I'd write it as I like finding fun in every situation but, then again, I can be pretty boring. A comma before the 'but' is possible, but I think that makes too many commas.

Best wishes, Clive
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I would not drop any commas.

"Is this correct, or is the usage of commas too much?"
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Give me some books and a good movie, and I'll be happy.

A comma is fine especially because you have to separate two and's

I'll be happy when/if/every time/anytime you give me some books and a good movie.

when/if/every time/anytime you give me some books and a good movie, I'll be happy.

and to stress finally

[when/if/every time/anytime you] give me some books and a good movie, I'll be happy.

Give me some books and a good movie, and I'll be happy.

I doubt you'll ever meet anyone like me. But you'd have to find that out for yourself, wouldn't you?!

What comma is a problem? "wouldn't you" requires a comma

  • why "would" and "will" combined

  • why ?!, where is any other feeling around except simple questioning
I doubt you'd ever meet anyone like me. But you'd have to find that out for yourself, wouldn't you?

doubt and will together still give enough certainty, but then you jump into uncertainty with you'd have and then you confirm that you'd is from you would by wouldn't you. Maybe we could have understood would as a replacement for another verb, but you have would have to. so would is would

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I doubt you'll ever meet anyone like me. But you'll have to find that out for yourself, won't you?

I like finding fun in every situation, but then again, I can be pretty boring.

Commas are fine and needed. but then again could be then again as well

Is this correct or is the usage of commas too much?

Yes, correct, except what said, and no comma is extra to me.
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