We all know that humor isn’t just for the elderly! That’s why we decided to compile a massive collection of 50 amusing comics and cartoons about growing up, which is near to home but not yet finished! Humor appeals to people of all ages and cultures. Most people can have a sense of humour, whether it’s being amusing, laughing, or laughing at something amusing (like a joke or a joke), therefore they’re thought to have one. The behaviour that inspires a hypothetical individual who lacks a sense of humour is likely to be unstable, unusual, or even reckless. While personal taste ultimately determines how humorous something is, a person’s level of amusement is influenced by a number of factors, including geographic location, culture, maturity, educational level, intelligence, and context. Slapstick entertainment, such as Punch and Judy puppet shows or Tom and Jerry cartoons, for example, may appeal to young children because of their physical character. More advanced comedic tactics, such as satire, on the other hand, necessitate an awareness of its social meaning and context, and hence tend to appeal to a more mature audience.