Where Should You Have Been Born Based On Your Sense Of Humor?
These 15 questions about what you think is funny might change your worldview.
Do you think this is funny?
Do you think puns are punny?
Do you like your jokes dirty or clean?
Let's talk about bits that end with barfing.
When you hear a fart joke, you look like:
What's your favorite kind of Twitter humor?
True or False: A good joke should also make you think.
Here is a guy in a full body cast. How could it be funnier?
Let's play Match Game: The tennis pro was surprised when he came home and found ______ in his bed.
What is the most important part of a joke?
What can you add to any bit to make it funnier?
What's the funniest thing you can do with food?
Choose the higher form of comedy:
How would you friends describe your sense of humor?
You should have been born in Germany. Your goofy yet dark sense of humor would fit right in there. No one would stare blankly after you made a quick joke about something really depressing. They'd just give you a brief, efficient laugh and say something in German which you'd understand if you were born there.
You should have been born in England. Your droll sense of humor would fit right in there. Your love of sharp-witted banter, silly walks, and funny voices would be celebrated in this cheeky country. Your stiff upper lip would be positively trembling as you tried to constantly hold back the polite chuckles.
You should have been born in Canada. Your twisted sense of humor would fit right in there. Canadians have the ability to take a ridiculous situation and make it even more ridiculous by adding a bunch of nonsense and non-sequiturs. If you were born there, you'd be constantly laughing without knowing why.
You should have been born in Mexico. Your wacky sense of humor would fit in there. You can't help but laugh when two things that don't go together are put together. Your love of hilarious premises and well-planned sight gags would be rewarded every day with comedy gold.
You should have been born in Boston. You love jokes with long, complicated set-ups and quick, punny punchlines. So do Bostonians. Because, when it comes to comedy, the journey is more important than the destination. Even if the journey takes a very long time and ends with a real groaner!
You should have been born in Japan. You have a skewed and silly sense of humor. You can't help but laugh when someone falls down (as long as they don't get hurt) and in Japan that's okay. Your love of slapstick will be rewarded with hours and hours of wackiness to laugh at.