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Jokes often depend on the humour of the unexpected, the mildly taboo (which can include the distasteful or socially improper), or playing off stereotypes and other cultural beliefs. Many jokes fit into more than one category.Political jokes are usually a form of satire. They generally concern politicians and heads of state, but may also cover the absurdities of a country's political situation. A prominent example of political jokes would be political cartoons. Two large categories of this type of jokes exist. The first one makes fun of a negative attitude to political opponents or to politicians in general. The second one makes fun of political clich├ęs, mottoes, catch phrases or simply blunders of politicians. Some, especially the "you have two cows" genre, derive humour from comparing different political systems.rofessional humour includes caricatured portrayals of certain professions such as lawyers, and in-jokes told by professionals to each other.Mathematical jokes are a form of in-joke, generally designed to be understandable only by insiders. (They are also often strictly visual jokes.)Ethnic jokes exploit ethnic stereotypes. They are often racist and frequently considered offensive. For example, the British tell jokes starting "An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman..." which exploit the supposed parsimony of the Scot, stupidity of the Irish or rigid conventionality of the English. Such jokes exist among numerous peoples.Sexist jokes exploit sexual stereotypes. They are inherently sexist, and are increasingly considered offensive.Jokes based on other stereotypes (such as blonde jokes) are often considered funny.Religious jokes fall into several categories:Jokes based on stereotypes associated with people of religion (e.g. nun jokes, priest jokes, or rabbi jokes)Jokes on classical religious subjects: crucifixion, Adam and Eve, St. Peter at The Gates, etc.Jokes that collide different religious denominations: "A rabbi, a medicine man, and a pastor went fishing..."Letters and addresses to God.
Self-deprecating or self-effacing humour is superficially similar to racial and stereotype jokes, but involves the targets laughing at themselves. It is said to maintain a sense of perspective and to be powerful in defusing confrontations. A common example is Jewish humour. A similar situation exists in the Scandinavian "Ole and Lena" joke.Self-deprecating humour has also been used by politicians, who recognise its ability to acknowledge controversial issues and steal the punch of criticism.[citation needed] For example, when Abraham Lincoln was accused of being two-faced he replied, "If I had two faces, do you think this is the one I'd be wearing?".Dirty jokes are based on taboo, often sexual, content or vocabulary. The definitive studies on them have been written by Gershon Legman.Other taboos are challenged by sick jokes and gallows humour, and to joke about disability is considered in this group.Surrealist or minimalist jokes exploit semantic inconsistency, for example: Q: What's red and invisible? A: No tomatoes..Anti-jokes are jokes that are not funny in regular sense, and often can be decidedly unfunny, but rely on the let-down from the expected joke to be funny in itself.An elephant joke is a joke, almost always a riddle or conundrum and often a sequence of connected riddles, frequently operating on a surrealistic, anti-humorous or meta-humorous level, that involves an elephant.Jokes involving non-sequitur humour, with parts of the joke being unrelated to each other; e.g. "My uncle once punched a man so hard his legs became trombones", from The Mighty Boosh TV series.
Dark humour is often used in order to deal with a difficult situation in a manner of "if you can laugh at it, it won't kill you". Usually those jokes make fun of tragedies like death, accidents, wars, catastrophes or injuries.This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2014)
The question/answer joke, sometimes posed as a common riddle, has a supposedly straight question and an answer which is twisted for humorous effect; puns are often employed. Of this type are knock-knock joke, light bulb joke, the many variations on "why did the chicken cross the road?", and the class of "What's the difference between and a, where the punch line is often a pun or a spoonerism linking two apparently entirely unconnected concepts.Some jokes require a double act, where one respondent (usually the straight man) can be relied on to give the correct response to the person telling the joke. This is more common in performance than informal joke-telling.A shaggy dog story is an extremely long and involved joke with an intentionally weak or completely non-existent punchline. The humour lies in building up the audience's anticipation and then letting them down completely. The longer the story can continue without the audience realising it is a joke, and not a serious anecdote, the more successful it is.
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers

Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers
Adult Joke Adult Jokes Sms Funny Hindi English Photos Images Wallpapers

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