The power of events to amuse and make people laugh is known as humour. The phrase derives from ancient Greek humoral medicine, which suggested that both physical and emotional well-being were influenced by the harmony of the body’s humours.
A good chuckle is enjoyed by people of all ages and cultures. A sense of humour is described as the capacity of the majority of individuals to feel thrilled, grin, or chuckle at anything humorous (such as a pun or joke). It is likely that the hypothetical individual lacking humour would find the activity that creates it confusing, odd, or even silly.

A person’s level of amusement is influenced by a variety of factors, including their location, culture, level of maturity, amount of education, IQ, and context, even if it is ultimately controlled by their own desires. Slapstick, like Tom and Jerry cartoons or Punch and Judy puppet shows, may be appealing to young children due to its physical nature.

A more mature audience is drawn to more sophisticated forms of humour, such as satire, which need an awareness of social context and meaning.

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