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    I've been told that I have a type of 'dry' humor. I like to make references to obscure subjects and take small jabs at the general population without them knowing what I'm doing or if they do know, without them knowing if I'm serious or not. What I don't like is 'LOL OMG PUNCHLINE' humor.
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    Very self-deprecating. Sometimes to a fault.

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    Also self-deprecating here.

    Really, most kinds of humor that are well done. Not a big fan of slapstick with a couple of exeptions.

    I like random humor alot. And Monty Python.
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    I like humor you have to think about to get. Anything that is too obvious generally isn't funny to me.

    I also like humor where the other person thinks you are serious (i.e. asking the waiter at a fancy steak house if they will "sing happy birthday to my friend like they do at TGI Fridays". But even that is only funny when used sparingly otherwise it's just annoying.
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    I just noticed that there are alot of ENFP's here. Are we particularly into humor or am i just getting excited?

    anyways, i love wordplay, i love irony, i love using dry technical language in a goofy context, i love plain goofiness, i love overdoing something stupid to the point that its sort of ironic

    i also really like humour thats very insightful or captures real life in some way, like great imitations or dave chappelles sense of humour

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    I'm either about shock value or a well placed line. Sometimes they intersect.
    Yes, I'm with MDP on the above.

    I am essentially a loon. I'll use any material available to get people laughing. I don't care if it's slapstick humor, if that's what I have to reach for then it's on. My big thing is I can tell WHEN PEOPLE NEED TO LAUGH. If there is a heaviness in the room, and people's faces are downtrodden, and negative energy abounds, then I'll make something funny happen to liven things up, because I just can't stand being in a negative environment like that. I'd rather be cut into pieces with a rusty butter knife.
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    Apart from mine, -ntps' style does it. I've also an intj friend who pulls off this often-perfect balance of cheerful & morbid that I rather enjoy.

    I don't mean to turn this into a comic thread.

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    No worries; I meant this thread as a place to examine the differences in each types and/or functions sense of humour and why. Mostly, even my own posts, are now people describing their sense of humour. I can create, but I cannot control how it evolves. In that way, I am like God (I am nothing like God).
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    Sarcasm, spoonerisms, certain slapstick, parodies, obvious humor, etc. Though one thing I am definitely NOT a fan of is puns. They're generally just painful. :/

    If I am the one "telling a joke," I usually like using sarcasm.

    Oh... and I'm likely an SJ. (IS??)

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    Disney movies bear little to no relation to reality, hence watching my dog trying to fuck my leg takes presidence.

    I think I learned how to sound smart by using hence on a regular basis thru this site.

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