The results measure the value placed upon “humour production” and “humour receptivity” – ie someone’s ability to make you laugh versus their tendency to laugh at your jokes.
The second half of that sentence is important and can’t be removed without completely changing the meaning of the first half.
muahaha(skinny wives out there, don't get mad, it's a joke! "Need a Date, not a nut..."-OK, but no hook "No ugly people"-Well, obviously the author fancies herself not one of the "ugly people." "Talk nerdy to me""The Fire Truck" What?!?!? ""I type fast""Professional School Student""Yahhh buddy! ""Smooth operator""Lookinh for the normal girl" spelling mistake is original My goodness, what type of guys live around me?!?!
)These are all REAL headlines that I saw today:"Looking for my prize trout, not the usual carp"-Funny, clever... Scientists have been looking for the "missing link" and still haven't found him...
Our powerful, more animal side preempt our better judgment, or our higher ethical sensibilities.
Here, for example, are two witty (but also rather cutting) examples of how our sexual propensities may disclose things about us that, though comical, are hardly admirable.