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    I like:
    • Over-the-top stuff. Like, overplayed stereotypes that know that they're overplayed. If you've seen Lemony Snicket, you'll remember Count Olaf as an over-the-top villain who traps people on railroad tracks, has multiple disguises, harasses orphans, and sneakily tries to snatch an inheritance. Also, King of the Hill. Also, the "Ow, My Balls!" segment in Idiocracy. Also, the early episodes of South Park that revolved around the kids' naievete.
    • Generalizations. Sort of the same lines as the above.
    • Irony's good, too. I like sarcasm when it's not completely obvious.
    • A slight bit of random humor. Most Adult Swim-level random humor makes me want to stab myself, though. "Ha ha, some celebrity busted through our window! How wacky is that!"


    Oh, and Frasier sucks.

    No idea how these sorts of humor preferences correlate with types/functions, so I guess I'm not really answering the OP at all

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    FRAISER DOES NOT SUCK!!!

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    I love King of the Hill and Fraiser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    I love King of the Hill and Fraiser.
    i'm not too into Fraiser, though i wouldn't go so far as to say it sucks. but i freaking LOVE King of the Hill; it's like watching a slightly funner/less scary version of my daddy's side of the family. I heart Dale

    I'm a big fan of humour that elicits a "heh" or "WTF?" reaction from me...Or is political in nature...i guess i could desribe the humour i'm drawn to as either really subtle or really outrageous and doesn't go where I expect it to go.

    my favourite comedians include Eddie Izzard, Maria Bamford and Margaret Cho. Other favourites include Home Movies, The Oblongs, Weeds, Arrested Development, Entourage and Tim and Eric Awesome Show: Great Job!...which i was not a fan of at first, but my INTJ LOVES it and it really grew on me. if Ni humour is anything like his, i would describe it as BIZARRE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    Hilo, as an INTP myself, neither Family Guy nor King of the Hill tickle me. Each luck into a joke I like every now and again, but I usually consider it an aberration. I can watch multiple full episodes of either show without cracking a smile.

    Shows like Arrested Development, Mr. Show, Community, Flight of the Conchords, Extras, Garth Marenghi's Darkplace and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to name more than I need to, are really, really up my alley.

    Oh, and the first 10 or so seasons of the Simpsons, but is there a living human being who doesn't love those?
    Yeah, this is how I feel. I haven't watched the last two shows on your list, but fully agree with the others.

    I've said this before, but Family Guy never goes far enough to make actual jokes. They just shine a light on something that already exists..."hey! here's a thing!"...rather than creating some sort of commentary that would make it worth bringing up. The Simpsons and South Park are hilarious while usually managing to make you think about the ridiculousness of some of the stuff that goes on around us. I have never, ever found King of the Hill funny in the slightest. I'm not even sure what's supposed to be funny about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    I have never, ever found King of the Hill funny in the slightest. I'm not even sure what's supposed to be funny about it.
    for me, i just find humour in how fucked up i perceive them to be yet just going on like it's nothing out of the ordinary. it's funny because they're a lot like my dad's side of the family, i'm sitting around watching everyone go on like everything is perfectly normal and going "WTFFFF are we all doing? are you serious??" Personally i can really relate to Bobby in a lot of the episodes and Dale just slays me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    Oh, and Frasier sucks.

    No idea how these sorts of humor preferences correlate with types/functions, so I guess I'm not really answering the OP at all
    Fraiser's just 23 minutes of Se ham. Good to get that out of the way.

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    I like Arrested development, Black Books, Sir Gadabout (hilarious kids show that mocked the knights at the round table), Curb Your Enthusiasm...

    YouTube - ‪The Penis Cake‬‎

    Political satire!! that is not necessarily politically correct, mocks, turns everything into absurdism et al, whilst being right on the mark

    You probably wont get this if you aren't Australian..

    YouTube - ‪The Chaser: Yes We Canberra! - Labor's Asylum Seekers & Immigration‬‎

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopelandic View Post
    I like Arrested development [...]
    I think that's one of the better examples of Ne humor. There's a lot of wordplay mixed with odd plot development that's just so good. Can't think of any specific Ni humor examples.

    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    I love King of the Hill and Fraiser.
    One of the writers & producers of Fraiser went to my former high school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    Fraiser's just 23 minutes of Se ham.
    There's nothing Se about Frasier (outside of socionics that is).
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