Humor is the capacity of events to amuse and make people laugh. The term is derived from ancient Greek humoral medicine, which held that human health and emotion were controlled by the balance of bodily fluids known as humours.
People of all ages and cultures like humour. The ability to be amused, grin, or laugh at anything entertaining (such as a pun or joke) by the majority of people is referred to as having a sense of humour. Without a sense of humour, the hypothetical person would likely find the actions that produce it strange, eccentric, or even unreasonable.
Though a person’s level of amusement is ultimately controlled by personal preference, elements that may affect that person’s level of amusement include
More sophisticated types of humour, such as satire, on the other hand, necessitate an awareness of social meaning and context, and so appeal to a more mature audience.