Framing is done with a frequently formulaic expression which keys the audience in to expect a joke. A: Spit, swallow, and gargle, Q: What do you do when your dishwasher stops working? Further development in this field must wait until computational linguists have succeeded in programming a computer with an ontological semantic natural language processing system.
Humour is evoked when a trigger contained in the punchline causes the audience to abruptly shift its understanding of the story from the primary or more obvious interpretation to a secondary, opposing interpretation. He started asking questions of tradition and transmission with the key observation that "No piece of folklore continues to be transmitted unless it means something, even if neither the speaker nor the audience can articulate what that meaning might be.
A: It only takes one nail to hang a picture of Jesus. A few drinks later, the guy took off his shirt and washed his hands. Shultz, Thomas R. Q: Did you hear Lorena Bobbit just died?
What do a nearsighted gynecologist and a puppy have in common? Upon arriving on the scene, a man was sitting on the front porch holding the back of his head where blood was spilling out. This big, nasty, sweaty woman, wearing a sleeveless sundress, walks into a bar.
Teacher: Why? They are walking down a hallway when they pass a door the man looks in. Thief Capturing Robot Disclaimer: This is only a joke, whatever or whoever I have stated are only for entertainment purpose only.
All of these early jestbooks corroborate both the rise in the literacy of the European populations and the general quest for leisure activities during the Renaissance in Europe. In an article on contemporary German jokes about Auschwitz and the Holocaust, Dundes justifies this research: "Whether one finds Auschwitz jokes funny or not is not an issue.
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