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When Every Man in His Humour was acted, Shakespeare took a part in it.
This was not the first time that Ben had been in prison, for soon after Every Man in His Humour was acted, he quarreled for some unknown reason with another actor.
If she had any sense of humour, it must amuse her that he should place her on a pedestal and worship her with such an honest idolatry, but even while she laughed she must have been pleased and touched.
As it was clear that he was a choleric fellow in some respects, Mr Swiveller was relieved to find him in such good humour, and, to encourage him in it, smiled himself.
Let them know my humour,' said the single gentleman, rising.
Confusion: Humour is great in moderation but too much humour can lead to confusion.
For example, the use of humour in advertising in terms of the degree of use and the product sold has been found to differ between North American, Chinese and French magazines (Laroche, Nepomuceno, Huang & Richard, 2011) and humor in US TV commercials has been found to be more affiliative, aggressive and self-defeating than humor in Mexican TV commercials which are characterized by a comparatively greater use of self-enhancing humor (Cruthirds, Wang, Wang & Wei, 2011).
WHEN mentally unstable people inflict their idea of humour on an unsuspecting world, the result is tragedy, and we have seen it happen in the shocking case of the death of an Indian nurse who answered a prank call from a Sydney radio station and shared information about the Duchess of Cambridge while she was admitted at a London hospital.
Therapeutic humour is an underrated medicine, which nurses can use to help ease a patient's physical and mental stress, and to improve relationships between health professionals.
Humour and Satire are an integral part of all forms of literature; and when the tragic part of a drama/story becomes unbearable, humour/satire provide a much needed diversion and relief.
Humour in Chinese Life and Letters: Classical and Traditional Approaches.
This is funny: On the beneficial role of self-enhancing and affiliative humour in job design