More often than not, the person who habitually laughs longest and loudest when I a joke is retold does not possess a particularly keen sense of humour. Though he 1 may not admit it, he is vaguely aware of his deficiency, and frequently goes to 1 extremes to cover it up. A mediocre joke is likely to get as big a rise out of him as I truly humorous one. Psychological studies, likewise, show that people with a really I keen sense of humour are not prone much laughter. They are highly appreciative 1 of humour, but they are also discriminating. And they never overreact.
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