Humor Words – Learn More About Them


Humor Words – Learn More About Them

When did funny become funny? Funny became funny when it became a part of our culture. It started when the Romans found ways to make everyday things funny. They found ways to make fun of everything starting from animals to the most powerful person in history. Thus, the way we know funny today began with funny.

Humor was a key component in the Roman Empire. The way in which humor was expressed was pretty funny. Funny and silly or pretty funny: the manner in which the Romans found ways to make humor was pretty funny indeed. Funny came to be associated with games, sports, and comedy. The games played by the Romans were called “ottus”. Some of these games were so popular they have their own name, while others only became famous through the work of one comedian who influenced the later comedians.

One of the most famous of the Romans was comedian Seneca. He made funny comments about the Stoic philosophers. Later, during the Renaissance, the Spanish troubadours brought in new elements to Italian theater which were funny in their own right. The courtier could bring in comedy by playing the “fairy tales” card to poke fun at another’s poor sense of judgment. This tradition has continued on into our own era by many comedians who tell jokes about the courtier.

A list of one thousand funny words would seem like an almost impossible task. However, it can be done simply by writing down the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the word funny (which may sound like a foreign language if you are not native English). Once you have that, you can match it with another word for your desired meaning. For instance, if the first word you think of is pants, then you may want to add the word slacks to get a more literal meaning in your own language.

Another example of a funny word is fudge. You may use the word fudge to refer to someone who is wearing too much or too little clothing, a dirty shirt, or even a shirt that simply says, “I am sorry.” It is commonly used as a generic word to explain forgiveness in the workplace, and in daily life it can mean that something was not right (but not a reason to make someone feel guilty). The word fudge is usually found as an intensifier, meaning, “I fiddled around a bit.” It has nothing to do with what someone did, but can give a subtle clue as to how the event happened.

One of the most famous comedians of our time is Woody Allen. Most of his jokes are about people having to say, “You’ve got mail,” but when you hear him say, “You’ve got mail,” he is using the all-time classic punch line: “You’ve got mail man.” In fact, when you look back at many of his best one-liners, you’ll see that he either said the actual words, or had the delivery of them ready before saying them. That is the beauty and magic of humor: it does not need to be delivered in person to be effective, just delivered in the right situation.