Top Ten Funniest Types of HumourBritgirl Which humour type would you say is the funniest? I've only added eight, simply because I can't think of any more. If you have any favourites, feel free to add your own.
The Top Ten
Being a true Brit, this type of humour is the funniest. A classic example is Basil Fawlty of Fawlty Towers - Britgirl
Most stand up is sarcastic - Curti2594
Keeping a dead straight face while delivering a funny is hilarious. A classic example is Trigger in Only Fools and Horses (English version) - Britgirl
Sarcastic, I have no doubt, will stay in first, but deadpan is just brilliant stuff. It's why Milton Jones is a fave of mine. - PositronWildhawk
South park, family guy
Laurel & Hardy. Need I say more? - Britgirl
Pranks of all sorts are hilarious! - beatles
A bit of a contradiction here, but just hear me out. If someone tells you a joke that makes no sense, we automatically laugh. - Britgirl
I love nonsense! It's so fun! - keyson
My new list... I feel embarrassed - JaysTop10List
Two ants outside a toilet. One says to the other, "What's up with you? You're suddenly in a bad mood since you left the toilet."
The other ant says, "Yeah, well, I was fine, sittin' on the bog mindin' my own business,'til some bloke came in and p*ssed me off! " - Britgirl
Put this to number 1, people!
Sexual innuendo included? Hmm..I don't know if I could take it lying down... - Britgirl
Case in point, Officer crabtree from "Allo "Allo! "I was just pissing your coffee when I heard 2 shats. You are holding in your hand a smoking goon, you are clearly the guilty potty"
🎶 When you're in love with a beautiful woman, it's hard.
When you're in love with a beautiful woman, you know it's hard. 🎶 - Britgirl
O sweet innuendo!
To love! I seek to read,
'Tween your sheets;
You cometh inside,
I cannot hide my lust;
For thou whispers promises;
Thy need to keep you inside
My gaping mind.
Sweet Innuendo ~ Tina H.W. - Britgirl
Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy is hilarious. Monty Python is hilarious. Satire is hilarious
Ah, thank you for that. It sounds American! No wonder I've never heard of it. - Britgirl
Never heard of this. Someone please explain? Thanks. - Britgirl
It means trite and sentimental. - PositronWildhawk
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