Humor is everywhere in that there's irony in just about anything a human does.
It's always amazed me how little attention philosophers, psychologists, or anyone else actually has paid to humor.
Why anybody gets my sense of humor I never know, but I do know that when they do, I keep them as close as I possibly can.
Anybody with a sense of humor is going to put on my album and laugh from beginning to end.
Humor is an antidote to all ills.
I was a little shocked at how adult some of the humor was, because I was never that into animation before and when I watched 'Shrek' I really laughed out loud.
There's a lot of movies, and I've made some of them that could be categorized this way, but there's definitely been a trend in animated features of all types to be a little bit cynical, if you will, to have a little bit of 'knowing' humor to them, kind of a wink to the audience.
You are not angry with people when you laugh at them. Humor teaches tolerance.
I was certainly not a class clown; I confused and angered a lot of people with my sense of humor.
I'm not 17 anymore. I still have some of the same sort of anger, but I have a sense of humor about it... a sense of being constructive with that anger.
A lot of my humor does come from anger. It's like, you're not gonna pull one over on me - which is pretty much my motto anyways.
I was that weird kid that checked out all of the non-fiction paranormal studies books from the library. I've always been fascinated by the supernatural, particularly movies and TV shows that manage to blend humor with the horror - 'Supernatural', 'Buffy', 'Angel.'
Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog. Few people are interested and the frog dies of it.
I compare Stephen Sondheim with humor, because humor is unanalyzable. You can't analyze humor. You just have to get through it.
There seems to be no lengths to which humorless people will not go to analyze humor. It seems to worry them.
It's how you define yourself. It's not Nirvana or Pearl Jam: it's, 'Do you watch 'Portlandia' or 'Amy Schumer'?' It relates to a specific sense of humor. And, 'Do you know the hidden gems?' Like, if you knew the Pixies in the '80s.
The duty of comedy is to correct men by amusing them.
I'm just very amused by five-year-old humor.
There's a tremendous amount of humor... in very unexpected places.
Somebody says, 'Do a Tom Bodett, a folksy kind of thing,' and it sounds like something out of 'Hee Haw,' very insulting. They turn wry humor into disparaging sarcasm, and you get what amounts to insulting advertising.