So maybe the OP, and the INTP that stated this in the first place, should not– and this applies to nearly every case of definition within MBTI– make a radical assumption about someone because of the way they scored on a test.
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I think humor is all relative. What's funny to one person is awful to another. I'd certainly never say one 'type' is funnier than another. I find some absolutely stupid things funny. I can have a real childlike sense of humor at times, so stupid fart jokes can sometimes cause me to laugh so hard I nearly pee. I also enjoy wittiness very much, although I'm not particularly good at it myself. I mean, I do ok with the witticisms (really more sarcasm than anything), but I could never compete with someone like Oscar Wilde or Moliere.
I wasn't born of a whistle or milked from a thistle at twilight.
No, I was all horns and thorns, sprung out fully formed, knock-kneed and upright.