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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o70mZQod06g"]Rudolph's Tumor Humor[/YOUTUBE]
    That is Ne humor, and it's HILARIOUS....

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    Quote Originally Posted by neptunesnet View Post
    I've been thinking about this for a while.

    Can a Ne dom/aux (NP) Ne-play with an tert/inf Ne (SJ)?
    Likewise with Ni-users?
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    SJs use Ne
    SPs use Ni

    Depending on their strength of use, they are very capable of getting the humor.

    I have an ENFJ where sometimes we can give each other a look and die laughing, and sometimes we'll miss each other, or get it but it won't be that funny. The problem with Pi humor is that, as others mentioned, if all the pieces aren't out there, people will miss it. That's why I think you need a nice mix of S/N in order to be good with making others laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coco View Post
    I didn't read the thread, but here's Ne humor:
    To write with a broken pencil is pointless.

    Hahahahahaha!
    I get it but it's not funny in itself,
    It's that it's so absurd that makes it funny.
    And for jokes that bad, you have to laugh the way you did, or else you will not get a reaction out of anyone. LOL

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    Is absurdity part of Ni humor too, or is it just Ne?

    I walked home from the bus stop one day, and noticed little grasshoppers with butterfly wings. Later that night, I heard a noise outside my house in the vineyards (that my house is surrounded by) that sounded like a woman getting stabbed to death. The next day me and my buddy decided that a kangaroo with butterfly wings that goes KA KAA!! lives in the vineyards and murders people



    (Note: discovered that the noise is made by foxes, those freaky little vicious things)
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    Mine's dry, witty, satirical, sardonic, cynical, and little morbid, but also laced with cuteness, goofiness, geekyness, and it's quite punny.

    Love things like Jib Jab, Monty Python, Colbert Report, SNL skits making fun of politicians... but essentially, I can find humor in anything, even in watching someone throw a banana peel away in the garbage. I tend to pick up on puns even in everyday speech, and I point them out and think it's funny that someone ended up making a pun and they didn't even intend it. Sometimes if I know someone really well, and I know that they won't be offended, I bust on their chops a bit... but it's always in good measure. More than anything, I tend to use the self-deprecating humor quite often... I'd rather pick on myself before someone else does! LOL
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    I like both kinds of humor. They're both clever and witty in their own way.

    My personal humor is more slapstick filled with irony, coincidence, and a pint of dry. Then of course sarcasm... lots of it. I lure in people with my humor. It helps me appear more likeable than I truly am.

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    Historical-based satire always tickles my funny bone.

    [youtube="gou1cspUfdY"]Life in the future[/youtube]

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    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV8BlBKupHM&feature=related"]Ni Humor[/YOUTUBE]
    And so long as you haven’t experienced this: to die and so to grow,
    you are only a troubled guest on the dark earth

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuriousFeeling View Post
    Mine's dry, witty, satirical, sardonic, cynical, and little morbid, but also laced with cuteness, goofiness, geekyness, and it's quite punny.
    Was that an exercise in satire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Outsider View Post
    Was that an exercise in satire?
    Exercise Dee's nuts.
    To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
    ~ Elbert Hubbard

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