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    fix'd
    [YOUTUBE=TQKk99I3wTQ]the inbetweeners[/YOUTUBE]

    except not quite
    "All humour has a foundation of truth."
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    True Family Guy isn't alway highbrow, but it is a cartoon, and within the context of pot smoking dog and a gay meglomaniac baby, it is multifaceted enough to keep my ADD from wandering. I can't say that for many other shows on TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    fix'd
    [youtube="TQKk99I3wTQ"]the inbetweeners[/youtube]

    except not quite


    That fish clip didn't make me laugh, but hearing "Neil" reminded me of "The Young Ones," which always makes me laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    I thought it was blasphemous when somone said they didn't like the Family Guy.

    Cmmon MP is fucking annoying.

    J seemed more inclined to slapstick.
    IMO, Family Guy has a horrid sense of humor. No matter how many times I watch it, it's still not funny. On the other hand, their political commentary takes the cake.

    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    Mmmm............this doesn't feel right. I absolutely hate both.

    I would think MP would be more J.
    Both examples have a tad more 'Ne' in their comedy-style. And it's also not mandatory for each indidividual in that group to laugh along in order to qualify for a certain type-humor. I've found many INTJ jokes wearisome and colorless.

    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    I would think MP would be more J.
    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    I think monty python is just NT in general with a mixture of J and P which is probably what made them so popular as they make interesting observations as well as funny ones.
    They often dwell on "NP" humor to deliver the comedy, but you can definitely see some "NJ" influences there. I think Ne humor is more approachable to the mainstream.

    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Oh, that's another thing: INTJs are agonizingly prone to laughing at our own jokes, often beginning before we've even finished saying them as we anticipate the punchline. NTPs are admirably free of this flaw, though I don't recall any ENTJs doing it either, so maybe it's just an INTJ thing.
    True!

    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    I frequently laugh at my own jokes, and I'm not an INTJ. However, it's not because I'm anticipating the punchline.
    The difference is the ENTPs would be laughing with an audience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    You could say it's a product of ransacking the obvious in search of something less tedious.
    +1

    That's totally what I'm always doing, all the time, wherever I am, with whatever I'm doing... physical world, inner world, social world... that could be put on my gravestone man!
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    all this talk about family guy caused me to remember yesterday when it showed peter stuck in "sex face". every time i see that scene, i die laughing. so...

    *looks up 'family guy sex face' in google images*

    *after a few clicks finds out toon porn gets her hot*

    well, i'll be damned.

    ...

    i'll be doing some self-analysis now.
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    Hah, my dad does the "shock everyone with taboo topics" from time to time. He's either an IsTJ or InTJ, and today for example, we visited my aunt's house who had a new dog. Also, it is necessary for the sake of joke to mention he had a stroke, quad bypass, and my mom wants a divorce in the span of a year. The dog gets one look at my dad and starts to whimper/cry [he hates dogs and animals in general]. My aunt says "Aww, Kurt he's crying for you!"

    Dad says, "Yeah, because she knows I'm dying." Delivered perfectly, completely deadpan, I almost pissed my pants.

    Also IxTJs seem to have the most "You had to be there" jokes.



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    One thing I noticed is that my humour is completely boundless...bad taste my ass. I guess I do enjoy the shock value, I do enjoy the creepiness.

    I can also be completely insane pretend to be a whale and storm through a beguinage and keep up that act kind of silly/funny. I have no problem with acting like a total fool when it cracks me+audience up. INTPs are more composed IME.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    all this talk about family guy caused me to remember yesterday when it showed peter stuck in "sex face". every time i see that scene, i die laughing. so...

    *looks up 'family guy sex face' in google images*

    *after a few clicks finds out toon porn gets her hot*

    well, i'll be damned.

    ...

    i'll be doing some self-analysis now.
    :yim_rolling_on_the_ See? Now THAT's funny.

    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    I can also be completely insane pretend to be a whale and storm through a beguinage and keep up that act kind of silly/funny. I have no problem with acting like a total fool when it cracks me+audience up. INTPs are more composed IME.
    +1000 to all of it. I'm a bit of a clown around people I know... and INTP's are usually afraid to make themselves look stupid from what I've seen...

    Could be just the ones I've known.
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    and INTP's are usually afraid to make themselves look stupid from what I've seen...
    No, I agree, they seem to be more self-conscious.

    I love letting my imagination go all out and go all trippy on people.

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