300 best sense of humor quotes[2020]

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“Life is a joke that just started.”


“Humor is a way of perceiving a relative” distance “between ourselves and the problem that affects us; it is a way of contemplating our difficulties from a certain perspective.”


“The comic is a game that involves gathering objects, ideas and impressions as irreconcilable as they may be.”

“The really ingenious person tells jokes so that the other feels superior; while the pseudo-genius makes jokes so that others feel inferior.”

“Be the first to laugh at yourself, before others can do it.”

“Humor makes everything easier. It makes any story less rough and easier to understand. ”

“Religions are crossed against humor.”

“Humor is the antidote to any fanaticism.”

“Man stops being a miserable animal when he laughs at himself.”

“Who doesn’t know how to laugh at himself is usually a superb man.”

“The role of comedians is essential to unmask and desacralize.”

“A truly good clown goes on stage to suffer a resounding failure. This is wonderful, because the laughter it causes is a celebration of our own failures; the recognition that we are not gods, but human beings. That is the function of the clown: move the heart of the public. “

“The comic has been defined as many times as how many literary and aesthetic schools of the various centuries have been.”

“The humorist not only highlights the ridiculousness of things, but also evokes piety, tenderness, and compassion for those who suffer.”

“Humor is a special and unique way of seeing and feeling things; it is an anticipation, a step forward (sometimes misrepresented) to break the rhythm of normal.”

“The problem with humor is that it’s everywhere, it’s like the music that accompanies us all day, in the car, in stores, on the plane … And in the end you don’t even hear what it sounds like.”

“The man who laughs at everything is that he despises everything. The woman who laughs at everything is that he knows he has beautiful teeth.”

“Savagery does not know how to laugh.”

“Trying to define humorism is like trying to cross a butterfly, using a telegraph pole as a pin.”

“I don’t think I’ve ever written anything without humor because, personally, I hate reading books that don’t have something fun.”

“A sense of humor sharp enough to allow a man to see his own ridiculousness and those of others will prevent him from committing all sins, or almost all, except those worth committing.”

“There is no well-formed spirit that lacks a sense of humor.”

“Everything is funny, as long as it happens to another.”

“All wit people are not humorists, but all humorists are wit people.”

“Humor is the feeling that makes you laugh at what would irritate you if it happened to you.”

“A joke is really something very serious.”
“I do not dedicate myself to humor so that things are more bearable. I dedicate myself to humor because I live from it.”

“Nothing should be taken seriously in this world; true wisdom is knowing how to laugh.”

“After all, it’s all a joke”.


“I never saw in my life a fan with a sense of humor or a person with a sense of humor who had become a fan, except in the case that I had lost it.”

Quotes about humor and laughter

“The cause of laughter is always the simple sudden perception of incongruence between a concept and the real objects with which it is thought to have a certain relationship, and laughter is only the expression of this incongruity.”

“Laughter is a catharsis that frees us from the accumulated emotional tensions and that resumes the flow of energy throughout our whole being.”

“The discovery of the effects that laughter has on stress is undoubtedly one of the most important events of the last decade of the twentieth century.”

“Sudden glory is the passion that makes those faces called Laughter.”

“The passion of laughing is nothing other than the sudden glory that comes after the sudden conception of our superiority, compared to the weakness of others.”

“We don’t laugh because we are happy, but we are happy because we laugh.”

“An hour of laughter produces more beneficial effects than four hours of yoga.”


“Laughter is a distinctive stereotyped pattern of vocalization that is easily recognized and unmistakable.”

“A good laugh and a long sleep are the best remedies in the doctor’s book.”

“Laughter is, fundamentally, the antidote of sympathetic pain.”

“Laughter and humorous speech do not seem to be known sins, but they lead to those sins. Laughter usually opens the way to crazy speech, and crazy speech to even crazier actions. Often, words and laughter proceed from mockery and insults; and of mockery and insults, beatings and wounds; and of blows and wounds, butchers and murder. If you want then take advantage of good advice, avoid not only crazy words, and acts crazy, or the blows, wounds and deaths, but also the same untimely laugh. “


“When we stop laughing we start to die.”

“Laughter is the salt of life.”

“Laughter is like a cookie. It’s no use if you don’t have it inside.”

“The fact of aging does not stop laughing; but stop laughing makes you grow old.”

“If you are able to find humor in any situation, you can survive it.”

“Humor is a tool of power. It gives us a different perspective on our problems and an attitude of detachment and control. If you are able to laugh at something, you have already won the game!”


“There is no better starting point for reflection than laughter; more accurately speaking, diaphragm spasms usually offer better opportunities than soul spasms.”


“… And laughter would be the new art, ignored even by Prometheus, capable of annihilating fear.”

“Laughter is the shortest distance between two people.”

“Laughter is the sun that drives away the winter of the human face.”

“Who looks for metaphysical causes in laughter is not fun.”


“Humor in pedagogy does not refer to falling out of laughter or having the teacher play clown in each class, but rather to creating a work environment conducive to the active participation of students in the subject.”

“Laughter serves to put distance between us and some event, deal with it and turn the page.”


“Laughter is a tonic, a relief, a respite that allows to soothe the pain.”


“Laughter makes you wise.”


“Laugh and the world will laugh with you; cry and the world, turning your back, will let you cry.”

“The secret of life is in laughter and humility.”

“It is easier to make a man laugh at a bad joke, but it is better to make a woman laugh at a good one.”

“There is nothing that reveals a person’s character as clearly as the joke that offends him.”

“Who makes us laugh is a comedian. Who makes us think and then laugh is a humorist.”

“That the makeup does not turn off your laughter.”


“Good humor is one of the best clothes you can wear in society.”


“Five minutes of laughter equals 45 minutes of physical exercise.”

“Laughter is a total organic experience.”

“If we didn’t laugh, we would be much sicker than we are. Even if we don’t realize it, it’s possible that day after day humor makes a significant contribution to our physical well-being.”

“The essence of the laughable is the incongruity.”

“If you have no sense of humor, you are at the mercy of others.”

“What I want is to make people laugh, so that they see things seriously.”

“Imagination comforts men for what they cannot be. Humor comforts them for what they are.”

“Laughter increases blood oxygenation, opens the arteries improving blood circulation and is a good exercise to lower blood pressure. All this is beneficial and positive for the respiratory and cardiovascular elements, in addition to increasing the response of our immune system “


“Laughter is a true moral detoxifier, capable of curing or at least mitigating most of our ills. And besides, there is no danger if the dose is exceeded.”
“Despair is the source from which drinks humor.”


“The total absence of laughter, of humor, makes life impossible.”


“My favorite hobby? Laughter!”


“Laughter is the healthiest of exercises.”


“Laughter is a valuable exercise for health.”


“Everything has its measure, just as every situation has its way. Laughter has its place, just like crying; the smile has its moment, just as severity has its own.”

“Laughter is fundamentally social behavior: if there were other people to communicate with, we would not need laughter.”

“Laughter, smile, optimism and play accelerate the recovery and cure of any disease.”

Inspirational quotes with humor

“If you help someone laugh, you’re helping him live.”

“Humor is the only remedy that distends the nerves of the world without numbing them, it gives you freedom of spirit without driving you crazy.”

“Humor and curiosity are the purest form of intelligence.”

“Humor should not be laughter. Yes, smile. And, if possible, bitter crying.”


“Comedy illuminates darkness, and darkness cannot live where there is light.”

“No one who laughs at himself can appear laughable.”

“Blessed are those who are able to laugh at themselves, because they will never get bored.”

“Humor is the greatest defense mechanism of the human being.”

“Humor is the highest manifestation of the adaptation mechanisms of the individual.”

“Laughter not only releases the spirit but also elevates and sublimates it.”

“He whose mood depends on serious thoughts, will not be the most appropriate judge to confirm, with his laughter, that the joke has achieved its purpose of saving verbal pleasure.”

“There are two insults that no human being endures: that he has no sense of humor and does not know what it is to suffer.”

“Smiles despite everything”.

“Tragedy plus time equal comedy”.

“Laugh and the world will laugh with you. Cry and you will cry alone. Laugh alone and they will take you to an insane asylum”.

“Good humor is your decision. Make up your mind! Let’s not postpone joy!”

“What all nice people have in common, whatever their differences in other aspects, is that they know how to take distance from their trivial problems.”

“If humor dies, it will be the end of civilization.”

“The smile is the yoga of the mouth.”

“To the irritation of all kinds of representatives of the authority, children devote considerable energy to” making the clown. “They do not want to appreciate the seriousness of our huge concerns, while we forget that, if we became a little more like the Children, our worries may not be so huge. “

“Children have a remarkable talent for not showing the respect for adults that we are sure they deserve.”

“Paradise on Earth exists because there are people who make us laugh.”

“Everyone at birth already knows how to cry, we need to learn to laugh.”


“Life must be taken with love and with humor. With love to understand it and with humor to endure it.”


“Lucidity teaches us that everything that is not tragic is laughable. And humor adds, with a smile, that it is no tragedy … The truth of humor is this: the situation is desperate, but not serious.”


“The sense of humor is knowing how to laugh at one’s misfortunes.”

“The writer is a surprised man. Love is a cause for surprise and humor, a vital lightning rod.”

Quotes on humor and wisdom

“The purpose of the joke is to reinforce the harmony and cohesion of the group that shares both the joke and its misunderstandings. The jokes tend to reaffirm popular prejudices: the universal ethnic jokes, the almost equally universal and varied misogenous jokes or those who make fun of physical disabilities are good proof of that. “


“Laughter is a transformative force capable of unleashing greater and better balance, physical, psychological and spiritual in people.”

“The best way to enhance creativity is to cultivate as much as possible inner joy and grant us permission to enjoy life to the fullest.”

“The effect of laughter on the mind is not only that of relaxation, as far as mental tension is concerned, because it also makes it less prone to fear and worries less about the future. This favorable effect on the mind exerts influence in various functions of the body, making them healthier. “

“The best formula for the health of the individual is contained in the mathematical expression that health varies according to laughter.”

“A cheerful heart is worth more than a hundred dishes and whoever owns it takes advantage of the food.”

“Humor has the ability to give you back the certainty that life is worth it. And one is saved, sometimes, by the joke, by the magical sound of laughter, which may not be your laughter; by the hidden ability to to tease you, to see you from outside and laugh at yourself. “

“In the classroom, in therapeutic processes and in work settings, beneficial effects have been observed in general when an integrative and shared mood is used, and harmful effects when aggressive and caustic humor predominates.”

“Humor tells us more about the functioning of the human brain, than any other mental behavior, including reason.”

“Good humor is, in most cheerful people, the satisfactory result of a tenacious discipline.”

“Don’t take your life too seriously; you’ll never get out of it alive.”

“Humor and love are the fundamental components of a healthy life.”


“The derision or mockery is a kind of joy mixed with hate that is born when we discover some small evil in a person whom we consider worthy of him. He feels hate for that evil and joy of seeing him in who is worthy of him.”

“The derision or mockery is a kind of joy mixed with hate that is born when we discover some small evil in a person whom we consider worthy of him. He feels hate for that evil and joy of seeing him in who is worthy of him.”

“Humor is nothing more and nothing less than the way nature has to make creativity possible.”

“There has to be some truth in a joke to make it really funny.”

“The best way to laugh is always about yourself.”


“Discovering the key to a culture’s humor is very difficult. And when you discover it, then, you understand that culture. I, sometimes, am talking, saying things that seem silly to me, and people are dying of laughter. In fact, in Africa we have the feeling that whites laugh at nonsense. “

“Humor is the courtesy of fear.”

“The sense of humor keeps the intelligent activity of our brain alive and alert.”

“People should use, as an instrument to dramatize hyperseries, this phrase:” Excuse me, I thought you had a sense of humor. “That has a magical effect. Everyone tries to prove that one was wrong. It is this aspiration. to have a sense of humor that leads me to think that, the sense of humor, is our only salvation. “

“Humor? I don’t know what humor is. Actually anything funny, for example, a tragedy. It doesn’t matter.”

“Literature, without humor, is a sermon.”


“It is hoped that laughter will someday recognize its power to unmask imbecility and consequently its contribution to the universal search for truth.”


“The humorist has always been, is and will be to remind us that, at the bottom of this deadly and foolish creature that we are, there is something also kind, and mild, more worthy of compassion and love than its opposite.”


“Humor does not necessarily lead to laughter, or even smile, humor fulfills its task ‘only’ with showing us that things can be seen in ways very different from those used, because if something achieves humor is to separate of the routine and to make Cicerone for places never suspected. “


“We may be crazy, because we don’t laugh when an old woman falls in the street upside down and we die of laughter, instead, listening to crazy screams.”


“Where there is no sense of humor there is dogma.”


Healing humor quotes

“The art of medicine consists in entertaining the patient, while nature cures the disease.”

“The most healing thing is love, humor and creativity.”


“Facilitating someone’s laughter means directly increasing the quality of their life.”


“A smile costs nothing, but it gives a lot. It enriches who receives it, without making the person who gives it poorer. It only needs a moment, but sometimes its memory endures forever. No one is rich enough or powerful enough to live. without her and no one is so poor that she cannot enrich herself with her, she creates happiness at home, generates goodwill in business, and is the password of friendship, it is a rest for the worried, she encourages the desperate, she cheers the sad and is the best antidote for all kinds of problems. It cannot be bought, lost or stolen, because until the precise moment it is given, it is worthless. Some people are too tired to give a smile. Please give them one of yours , because no one is more in need of them than the one who does not have to give.”


“Humor is the essence of sensitivity, and therefore the best weapon, never destined to make blood, against the insensitive.”


God has a sense of humor quotes


“God is an actor who plays a comic play before an audience that is too scared to laugh.”

“People only suffer because they take seriously what the gods do for fun.”


“There is nothing more fun than when something unexpected happens at a funeral, because in a tragic situation it is when you want to laugh: that’s humor, the unexpected.”

Common sense humor

“The arrival in a town of a troupe of clowns and comedians has a more beneficial effect on the health of the population than the arrival of twenty donkeys loaded with medicines.”

“They smile! … In self-defense!”

“Humor is always, if not metalinguistic, yes metasemiotic: through verbal language or some other system of signs, it casts doubt on other cultural codes.”

“Humor is not intended, like carnival, to take us beyond our own limits. It gives us the feeling or rather the design of the structure of our own limits.”

“There are two kinds of jokes: one uncivil, petulant, malevolent, obscene; another elegant, polite, witty and jovial.”


“The sense of humor is simply common sense dancing.”


“In humor, the big becomes small and the small big, in order to destroy both.

“Literature without humor is a sermon.”

“Humor is the great armor with which one defends himself in this valley of tears.”

“Humor is an anxiolytic so as not to collapse.”

“The essence of humor is sensitivity; warm and tender sympathy for all types of existence.”

“The man who is not able to laugh is not only willing to betrayal, ploy and looting, but his entire life is, in itself, a betrayal, a ploy.”

“People with a sense of humor have pleasant mouths whose ends are curved up. However, the mouth of a simply ingenious man remains hard and sour until the moment of discharge.”

“Humor is the sense of the absurd, which is the despair that refuses to take itself seriously.”


“Humor serves to make reality habitable.”


“Better to laugh in a shack than to cry in a palace.”


“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”


“Who has no humor is in the process of death.”


“The sense of humor makes discover many things in the world that without him would not be discovered. Laughter is not only a fun matter but a way of knowing reality.”

“Laughing at everything is stupid, but not laughing at anything is stupid.”

“The joke is a kind of psychological tickle.”

“The derision is the joy that arises when we imagine that, in the thing we hate, there is something we despise.”

“The derision is born not only of contempt for what we hate, but also for what we fear.”

“You grow the day you laugh with desire for the first time … of yourself.”

“To be aware of the horrible and laugh at it is to dominate it. Only humor can give us the strength to endure the tragedies of existence.”

“Human creativity is our ability to use the known in a way that sheds new light on the unknown, humor reverses that operation and uses invention and creativity to shed light on the common and everyday.”

“The formula of humor is 50 percent of grace and to make 50 percent of philosophy assimilable.”

“The clown is to humanity as man is in his shadow. They represent the cruelties and wonders of man through laughter. ”

“In truth there is nothing as inconstant and uncertain as our notion of humor in general.”

“Anyone who reread the works of humorist writers such as Cervantes, Swift, Moliere, etc., must have a bad head or heart if, after such reading, he does not become a better and wiser man.”

“The imagination comforts the human being for what it is not; the sense of humor comforts it for what it is.”

“A man may come to confess guilty of treason, murder, rape, pedophilia, false teeth or wig. But how many admit to completely lacking a sense of humor?”

“Man suffers so terribly in the world, that he has been forced to invent laughter.”

“The intellectual power of a man is measured by the dose of humor he is able to use.”

“I put this crown of laughter and roses on my head. My laughter is sacred. The superior man must know how to laugh!”

“Joy even protects us from catching a cold.”

“My way of joking is telling the truth. It’s the most funny joke in the world.”

“Life doesn’t stop being funny when someone dies, just like it doesn’t stop being serious when she laughs.”

“If History does not teach us anything, it is because it is expunged with humor”,

“Laughter, humor and political jokes are usually small revolutions and bitter enemies of authoritarianism, dictatorships and totalitarianisms.”

“The young man who does not cry is a savage, but the old man who does not laugh is a fool.”

“Comedians always die of a heart attack, because laughing makes your heart tired.”

“Laughter is like windshield wipers, it allows us to move forward, even if it doesn’t stop the rain.”

“Is it worth it for a child to learn by crying what he can learn by laughing?”

“Humor is an important regulatory mechanism of emotion, which can contribute to mental health.”

“Humor is possibly a word.”

“A humorist is like an aspirin, only that it works much faster.”

“Humor is the reason when it goes crazy.”

“Laughter is a very serious thing.”

“Humor is the tenderness of fear.”

“Humor is a weapon, since it criticizes and exposes at the same time, and does so with a smile.”

“Perhaps happiness consists largely of the ability to detect and savor touches of humor in bad times.”

“Lucky is the man who laughs at himself, since he will never lack fun.”

“Laughter results from the sudden insightful integration of contradictory or incongruous ideas, attitudes or feelings that are experienced objectively.”

“Laughter results from the sudden insightful integration of contradictory or incongruous ideas, attitudes or feelings that are experienced objectively.”

“Every time we laugh at our own stupidities, we reinforce our sense of the absurd. We reinforce and expand it in its most real kingdom, because we remind ourselves that nonsense, like charity, begins at home.”

“Laughter is first and foremost a correction. Society takes revenge on its hand for the freedoms that have been taken with it. Laughter would not fill its ends if it bore the seal of sympathy and goodness.”

“In laughter we always find an intention to humiliate and consequently correct our neighbor.”

“Outside of the human thing, there is nothing funny.”

“Humor is the medicine of God.”

“A person without a sense of humor is like a car without shock absorbers: jump in pain with every pebble on the road.”

“When you get people to laugh, they will listen to you, and then you can tell them virtually anything.”

“Whoever insists on always being serious and never allowing himself a little fun and rest will end up unstable or crazy, without even being aware of it.”

“True humor begins when the person is no longer taken seriously.”

“Man must know that our pleasures, joys, laughter and jokes come from the brain, as well as our sorrows, pains, afflictions and tears.”

“Humor is a subtle logic.”

“The key to any kind of humor is: where the joke is told, in what context, before what audience and what characteristics the person who listens to it has.”

“Laughter is the hint of something that is expected and suddenly resolved into nothing.”

“Laughter is a psychosomatic phenomenon; some mental ideas produce a bodily response – laughter – that has a beneficial physiological effect.”

“Laughter is caused by the sudden transformation of a tense expectation into nothing.”

“If it weren’t for my sense of humor, I would have killed myself for a long time.”

“The graphic joke breaks with everything that, day by day, is deemed immovable: authority, custom or politics understood as the assets of its managers.”

“Nothing turns so fast on some souls in others, like this sympathy of laughter.”

“Humor is something very important. It is our greatest natural resource, which must be preserved at all costs.”

“Humor is the emotional chaos remembered in moments of tranquility.”

“Humor is the language of intelligence.”

“There is no ethics without humor.”

“We can’t be angry for a long time with someone who makes us laugh.”

“Having bursts of laughter denotes an excellent soul.”

“The ability to have bursts of laughter denotes an excellent love.”

“Humor is an exaggeration of reality and you have to have credibility to achieve it.”

“He said he was not equipped for life because he had no sense of humor.”

“When we admit our defects instead of defending ourselves, we start laughing, and the world laughs with us.”

“Humor is nothing more than a means of distorting reality to make it absurd and laughable.”

“Humor is a vindication of life, it helps you see it differently.”

“Humor is a universal language.”

“It is preached against many vices, but I don’t know of anyone who has preached against bad mood.”

“What is the link between humor, as we conceive it today, and its ethical Latin humor (body fluid)? Today, the hidden humoral component continues to work surreptitiously against any assimilation of humor to the comedian in general. Moreover, no it is possible to understand the phenomenon of humor, if melancholy is not taken into account. “

“The best doctors in the world are Dr. Diet, Dr. Calma and Dr. Alegría.”

“What constitutes the joke is grace; what constitutes sharpness is ingenuity.”

“All jokes that hurt dignity or offend the self-esteem of our fellow men should be avoided”

“Humor is a weapon of mass construction.”

“The fact that in the world of medicine we do not find much humor or joy, does not prevent humor from being the best of all medicines.”

“Life is a huge joke that God uses to help us develop our sense of humor.”

“Laughter is always energy. Laughter is life and, as life, it is health.”

“Humor is the great antidote against death.”

“From the cracks of tragedy sprouts the best humor.”

“If humor takes us away, it makes us more human in the sense that it takes away pride and solemnity.”

“The humorist is a man in a bad mood.”

“Black humor is perfect to see reality.”

“Be wary of those who never laugh. They are not serious people.”

“Get away from the wisdom that does not cry; from the philosophy that does not laugh and from the greatness that does not bow to children.”

“Being madly enthusiastic, or mortally serious, both are wrong. Both happen. You always have to keep in mind the sense of humor. It depends entirely on yourself how much you can see, hear or understand. But the sense of humor is something that I have found useful on all occasions of my life. “

“Tired of time and his endless succession, the humorist leaps away from him and finds a humorous comfort to verify the absurdity.”

“Humor is the joy that has seized the world.”

“Humor is playful chaos in a serious world.”

“The smile is a symptom of wisdom, as anger is of ignorance.”

“Humor is almost a physiological response to fear.”

“Both laughs and tears are responses to frustration and exhaustion … personally I prefer to laugh, because then you have to clean less.”

“Often the mockery is poverty of spirit.”

“A funny guy with grace is a rare specimen.”

“We must not venture to joke, even in the most candid and correct way, but with educated and intelligent people.”

“Humor is the escape from the conventional.”

“People who lead an unsatisfactory lifestyle, those who do not adapt well to their circumstances, tend to react poorly or boredly to jokes and humorous situations.”

“If possible, you should make people laugh until the dead.”

“The one who laughs last probably didn’t understand the joke.”

“Humor is part of life and therefore should not be excluded, even from serious literature.”

“Joking is one of the fun things in life, but it costs many years of learning.”

“I think the chemical effects of humor change the character of our thinking.”

“The only thing worth possessing in earthly existence is a sense of humor.”

“The sense of humor is communication and creativity.”

“And if I laugh at a deadly thing, it’s because I can’t cry.”

“Stentoric laughter is the joy of the populace, which is only pleased with stupid things; for true wisdom or good sense is never excited with laughter since the creation of the world. A man with nobility, therefore, can only be seen smiling , but you will never hear a laugh.”

“Humor is not a gift of the spirit, but of the heart.”

“You could write a philosophical, good work, and it would be composed entirely of jokes.”

“Humor is not a disposition of mind, but a vision of the world.”

“If the comic is the perception of the opposite, humor is the feeling of the opposite.”

“Humor is transgression, it forces us to create a different interpretation of things, that is why religion and politics tend to exclude humor, which they fear more than bombs. The more dogmatic a society is, the less sense of humor there is in it. “

“Humor is a weapon of mass construction.”

“Humor is intellectual surprise.”

“Find the time to think, find the time to pray, find the time to laugh.”

“Whoever makes his teammates laugh deserves Paradise.”

“Humorists are as necessary to society as to man the air he breathes.”

“It is not known if the humor is right or left. What is clear is that it favors the game against.”

“Many people believe that to succeed in life it is enough to get up early. But no, it is also necessary to get up with a smile on the lips.”

“He who does not know how to smile has not learned to live.”

“The faster the transition between the serious and the comic, the healthier you are and the better your immune system works.”

“Blessed are the men-boys in whom the summer of pure laughter was not exhausted.”

“The human race has a truly effective weapon: laughter.”

“The secret of laughter is not joy but sadness.”

“To laugh willingly or make people laugh, you have to be a child.”

“A smile is a seed that grows in the heart and blooms on the lips.”

“The weapon of any tyranny is to define how the world should be, and the sense of humor gives you an alternative. Within us we have the king, who seeks power, and the jester, whom we must never forget because he is the one who it will give us other options. “

“Life is not the sum of how many times you breathed, but how many times you lost your breath from laughing and playing.”

“Jokes are challenges to social control:” something formal is attacked by something informal; something organized and controlled by something vital and energetic; an impulse of life according to Bergson, of libido, according to Freud. “

“Humor is pleasure in the suffering of others and contempt for what is not familiar to us.”

“Humor is game.”

“Humor is the instinct to take pain as a joke.”

“Whoever approaches laughter from the side of science will find that it is not a fun matter.”

“Whoever approaches laughter from the side of science will find that it is not a fun matter.”

“Humor is a defense against the universe.”

“Let’s not wait to be sick to start laughing. We’re going to laugh so we don’t get sick.”

“Authentic humor can be cheerful, but never optimistic.”

“Humor and laughter are universal aspects of the human experience that occur in all cultures and virtually all individuals throughout the world.”

“Life is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think.”

“He who does not know how to smile has not learned to live.”

“The faster the transition between the serious and the comic, the healthier you are and the better your immune system works.”

“Blessed are the men-boys in whom the summer of pure laughter was not exhausted.”

“The human race has a truly effective weapon: laughter.”

“The secret of laughter is not joy but sadness.”

“To laugh willingly or make people laugh, you have to be a child.”

“A smile is a seed that grows in the heart and blooms on the lips.”

“The weapon of any tyranny is to define how the world should be, and the sense of humor gives you an alternative. Within us we have the king, who seeks power, and the jester, whom we must never forget because he is the one who it will give us other options. “

“Life is not the sum of how many times you breathed, but how many times you lost your breath from laughing and playing.”

“Jokes are challenges to social control:” something formal is attacked by something informal; something organized and controlled by something vital and energetic; an impulse of life according to Bergson, of libido, according to Freud. “

“Humor is pleasure in the suffering of others and contempt for what is not familiar to us.”

“Humor is game.”

“Humor is the instinct to take pain as a joke.”

“Whoever approaches laughter from the side of science will find that it is not a fun matter.”

“Whoever approaches laughter from the side of science will find that it is not a fun matter.”

“Humor is a defense against the universe.”

“Let’s not wait to be sick to start laughing. We’re going to laugh so we don’t get sick.”

“Authentic humor can be cheerful, but never optimistic.”

“Humor and laughter are universal aspects of the human experience that occur in all cultures and virtually all individuals throughout the world.”

“Life is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think.”

“The comic is the most serious worldview that exists.”

“The comic is above good and evil.”

“Funny is simply a fun way to be serious.”

“A smile is a curve that straightens everything.”

“There is nothing, it has been said, that an intelligent humor cannot resolve in laughter, not even nothing … laughter, as one of the most lavish prodigalities of man, and even the limits of debauchery, is on the verge of nothingness , offers it to us as a guarantee “.

“Many times a joke helped where seriousness used to resist.”

“Jokes are sometimes a break in serious things.”

“Life dominates smiling, or it does not dominate.”

“The smile costs less than electricity and gives much more light.”

“The time that one laughs is the time that passes with the gods.”

“Half of your smile is for you and the other half is for the world.”

“Every day of the afflicted are difficult, plus that of the happy heart, has a continuous feast.”

“A cheerful heart is like medicine. On the contrary, the sad spirit dries the bones.”

“Humor is fundamentally a social phenomenon.”

“Humor is imagination and art of thought.”

“Humor requires some evil, a small dose, but evil after all. It’s about finding the funny within the tragic.”

“Start your day with a smile and you will see how fun it is to go around with everyone.”

“Joy opens the heart. Joy strengthens our thinking.”

“The perception of the comic is a bond between men.”

“Humor is the smart way to show the lacks of society.”

“Defining humor in a few words, when it is the most diverse antidote, when it is the restitution of all genders to their reason for living, is the most difficult thing in the world.”

“In the humorist the eccentric, the clown and the sad man are mixed, who contemplates them both. It is almost not a literary genre but a genre of life, or, rather, an attitude towards life. ”

“Humor is the playground nothing less than intelligence.”

“The derision and mockery is a kind of joy mixed with hate that comes from our perception of some small evil in some person whom we consider worthy of those.”

“Humor increases the intensity of emotions.”

Humor is the bread of life. “

“Humor purges the blood causing the body to rejuvenate, acquire vivacity and be ready for any company.”

40 funny phrases that express a sense of humor

Here you have a small collection of funny sense of humor phrases to hang out, some of which can even be considered small jokes, collected from different media and sources. Also, many of them are or have been invented or used by great figures of historical relevance and / or the world of comedy.

Funny sense of humor quotes

1. Don’t take your life too seriously. You will not leave her alive (Elbert Hubbard)

Funny phrase that reminds us of the need to enjoy things instead of worrying so much about them.

2. Having a clear conscience is a sign of bad memory (Steven Wright)

Nobody is perfect. We all have something to be ashamed of.

3. I like long walks, especially when annoying people take them (Fred Allen)

Feeling overwhelmed by someone we can’t stand is especially frustrating.

4. I think I have found the missing link between the animal and the civilized man. It’s us (Konrad Lorenz)

This famous author lets us see that we really are not as civilized as we believe.

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5. Everything is fun, as long as it happens to someone else (Will Rogers)

Many people often laugh when a friend or partner has a funny fall. But it is not so much for those who suffer from it.

6. Always remember that you are unique. Absolutely the same as everyone else (Margaret Mead)

In our eagerness to be unique and unrepeatable we often forget that others are too and that in the end we look more like what we believe.

7. I am sure that the universe is full of intelligent life. He has simply been too smart to come here (Arthur C. Clark)

The author mocks this phrase of human stupidity in general.

8. There are only two infinite things: the universe and human stupidity. And I’m not so sure of the first (Albert Einstein)

I can not mention the infinity of our own stupidity without mentioning this phrase of Einstein.

9. An expert is someone who explains something simple in a confusing way that makes you think that the confusion is your fault (William Castle)

Sometimes we make the complex tremendously complex.

10. Of course I understand. Even a five year old could understand it. Bring me a five year old kid! (Groucho Marx)

Phrase that laughs at stupidity itself and the stubbornness of not accepting it.

11. Outside the dog, a book is probably man’s best friend, and inside the dog it is probably too dark to read (Groucho Marx)

The double meaning was a great resource used by this famous comedian.

12. An archaeologist is the best husband a woman could have. The older she is, the more interested he is in her. (Christie Agatha)

Comment that mocks the concern for age, more marked in the female gender due to gender stereotypes.

13. Working is not bad, the bad thing is having to work (Don Ramón)

Phrase of Chavo del 8 in which we are comically reminded of the low desire to have to fulfill our obligations.

14. Age is something that does not matter, unless you are a cheese (Luis Buñuel)

We give excessive importance to age for everything, when in reality it means almost nothing unless it is accompanied by experience.

15. If God only gave me a clear sign! How to make a large deposit in my name at a Swiss bank (Woody Allen)

A funny phrase that refers to the desire to make a fortune without striving.

16. A celebrity is a person who works all her life to be known, so she puts on dark glasses to avoid being recognized (Fred Allen)

Criticism of the search and / or desire for fame on the part of the population, when most celebrities end up getting tired of their multiple disadvantages.

17. I hate housework! You make the beds, clean the dishes and six months later you have to start over (Joan Rivers)

Phrase that makes fun of the laziness that makes doing household chores.

18. I usually cook with wine, sometimes I even add it to food (WC Fields)

Small mockery or criticism of satirical tone regarding excessive alcohol consumption.

19. Money does not give happiness, but seeks a feeling so similar that a very advanced specialist needs to verify the difference (Woody Allen)

Cynical phrase that shows that although perhaps not of happiness, a good economy allows us access to a large number of goods, services and possibilities that most of us want.

20. My wife and I were happy for 20 years. Then we met (Rodney Dangerfield)

Phrase that jokes about couple relationships and the monotony that can be established in them.

21. Life is hard. After all, it kills you (Katherine Hepburn)

Phrase that refers to death being part of life.

22. When life gives you lemons, throw them in someone’s eyes (Cathy Guisewite)

The author of the phrase pushes us not to fall into discouragement.

23. Surely there are many reasons for divorces, but the main one is and will be the wedding (Jerry Lewis)

This actor makes use of logic to find the main cause for divorces to exist: the need to be married in order to do so.

24. Of course, you should get married. If you get a good wife, you will become happy. If you get a bad one, you will become a philosopher (Socrates)

Curious phrase about the fact that whoever said it is one of the greatest philosophers in history . Socrates made fun of himself and his bad relationship with his wife.

25. If you could kick the person in charge of almost all of your problems, you could not sit for a month (Theodore Roosevelt)

Roosevelt joked about the need to take responsibility for his own problems and not blame others for his own mistakes.

26. Never leave for tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow (Mark Twain)

27. My idea of ​​a nice person is a person who agrees with me (Benjamin Disraeli)

In this sentence we see how we generally consider more acceptable and close to those who agree with our opinions.

28. I would like to take you seriously, but doing so would offend your intelligence (George Bernard Shaw)

The author mocks this phrase of his interlocutor, making see if he is acting seriously would be being unintelligent.

29. A successful man is one who earns more money than his wife can spend. A successful woman is one who can find such a man (Lana Turner)

Joke that refers to traditional topics and gender roles .

30. Never forget a face, but in your case I will be happy to make an exception (Groucho Marx)

A somewhat sarcastic phrase that makes clear the little appreciation and desire to see another person again.

31. Laugh and the world will laugh with you, snore and you will sleep alone (Anthony Burgess)

Phrase that jokes with the discomfort that usually supposes for the majority the fact that someone snores.

32. I find television very educational. Every time someone turns it on, I retire to another room and read a book (Groucho Marx)

Mockery and criticism of the world of television .

33. Sex is like mus: if you don’t have a good partner … you better have a good hand (Woody Allen)

Phrase referring to onanism as a way of satisfying oneself in the absence of satisfactory sexual relations.

34. Those people who believe they know everything are a real nuisance to those who really know everything (Isaac Asimov)

This important author jokes in this sentence with presumptuousness that implies pretending to know everything.

35. Love never dies of hunger; often indigestion (Ninon de Lenclos)

This writer reflected that if love disappears, it is mainly due to disappointment or to the appearance of other people, not to mere fading.

36. Santa Claus had the right idea: he visits people once a year (Víctor Borge)

Phrase that mocks the experience of mandatory visits to the environment, although it does not really feel like it.

37. To be young again I would do anything in the world except exercise, get up early or be respectable (Oscar Wilde)

This phrase expresses the little desire to strive to achieve what we would like.

38. My plastic plants died because I didn’t seem to water them (Mitch Hedberg)

Criticism of the excessive need to appear of today’s society.

39. I went on a diet, swore that I would not drink or overeat again and in fourteen days I had lost two weeks (Joe E. Lewis)

Phrase that jokes about the lack of will when it comes to dieting or getting fit.

40. I exercise often. Look, just yesterday I had breakfast in bed (Oscar Wilde)

A phrase referring to the difficulty and laziness of exercising when you are not used to it.

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