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    this is my winter song EJCC's Avatar
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    I joke a lot, and I can be pretty silly and random. Most of my humor is related to story-telling; when I talk to people about things that I've experienced, or that someone else has, I act out reactions, and make over-the-top facial expressions. Besides that... I dunno. I say things, and people laugh, and it's nice, even when it's unintentional (as long as it isn't embarassing).

    I don't know many SJs, but all the ESTJs I know have funny bones, and the ISTJ I know cracks dry jokes once you get to know her. With both types, though, I think both types spend more time laughing at other people's jokes than making their own (in my experience).
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    I joke a lot, and I can be pretty silly and random. Most of my humor is related to story-telling; when I talk to people about things that I've experienced, or that someone else has, I act out reactions, and make over-the-top facial expressions. Besides that... I dunno. I say things, and people laugh, and it's nice, even when it's unintentional (as long as it isn't embarassing).

    I don't know many SJs, but all the ESTJs I know have funny bones, and the ISTJ I know cracks dry jokes once you get to know her. With both types, though, I think both types spend more time laughing at other people's jokes than making their own (in my experience).
    An esfj that I knew thought someone tripping and falling was the funniest thing in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank View Post
    An esfj that I knew thought someone tripping and falling was the funniest thing in the world.
    it may not be the funniest, but it's definitely up there for me too.
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    Isn't Jimmy Carr an ESTJ? He's pretty damn funny. In a morbid sort of way. But that's what makes his material so hilarious.

    My ISFJ friend is probably the one person who can make me crack up. Probably because she adapted it to my humour, or possibly the other way round. Our humour is almost conjoined, like we can read eachothers minds. It's strange, considering we're practically opposite in type.
    Um, yeah.

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    My humor would be dry/sarcastic. What makes me laugh in others is similar type humor as well as quirks and then charismatically funny if you can pull it off. Some people are just funny, while others attempting the same thing don't quite cut it. I love laughing though.

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    My humor often involves cruelty. Like, today, a teacher was talking about how people attached explosives to dolphins and then sent them at ships to attack them. I cracked up laughing when I heard that. It was so cool.

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    I get a few responses of laughter or chuckles by just either being my normal deliberate precise self or through sarcastic low key comments or cuts.

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