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What’s so funny?

Friday March 5, 2021


Have you ever been watching a movie, listening to a comedian and being the only one laughing?
People say “What’s so funny?”, but it is hard to say, it just is funny to you.

Have you ever been recommended a movie, a TV series, a book, or a comedian as being so funny you will laugh till you cry, but find you do not find it funny at all?

Humour I find is so individual, so personal and can also depend what mood I am in as to what I find funny. I am hesitant to ever recommend something I find funny as not everyone, well not many share my humour.

I was thinking what I find funny and I find that hard, but I can tell you what I don’t find funny. I don’t find adults or children getting hit in the groin or the head or hurting themselves at all funny. I don’t find people who make fun of others and humiliate them funny.

So, what do I find funny? Humour that is unpredictable, humour that is clever, humour that challenges me in some way, humour that is provocative.

I want to look at what is the essence of what you find funny. I would rather not have  a list of people or shows or books you find funny. I would rather look at what is it that makes you laugh, what you find funny, is there a difference.?

Does your mood affect what you find funny?

Do you feel you laugh at things that others do not? Why?

Does your sense of humour change as you get older?

Leah
A Moodscope member.

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