Some articles on humorous:
... This specific malfunction can be identified with a humorous effect on the psychological grounds it exactly corresponds to incongruity-resolution theory ... The theory treats on equal footing the humorous effect created by the linguistic means (verbal humor), as well as created visually (caricature, clown performance ... The theory explains naturally different susceptibility of people to humor, absence of humorous effect from a trite joke, a role of intonation in telling ...
... Democratic National Committee, assisting then-President Bill Clinton with his annual series of humorous speeches to the Washington Press Corps ... Katz has also written humorous speeches for then-Vice President Al Gore, James Wolfensohn of the World Bank, Madeline Albright, Tom Freston, and Barbra Streisand ... Katz’s humorous essays have been published in Time Magazine, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, and Washington Monthly he is also an occasional op-ed contributor to The New York Times ...
... Humorous Interpretation (often shortened to HI or humorous) is the humorous alternative to DI ... an eight to ten minute selection of a literary work of a humorous nature ...
... Pieces must be memorized in Humorous Interpretation ... Humorous Interpretation rounds will often have anywhere between five to seven competitors ...
... Kami-ha-ha" — USS Kamehameha humorous malapropism "King of Tomahawks" — USS John Young probably after the ship's BGM-109 Tomahawk weapons system, or "The John Bone" humorous malapropisms "Shitty ...
Famous quotes containing the word humorous:
“Oh, to vex me, contraries meet in one:
Inconstancy unnaturally hath begot
A constant habit; that when I would not
I change in vows, and in devotion.
As humorous is my contrition
As my profane Love, and as soon forgot:
As ridlingly distempered, cold and hot,”
—John Donne (15721631)
“I can imagine no more comfortable frame of mind for the conduct of life than a humorous resignation.”
—W. Somerset Maugham (18741966)
“Nor should she be too rich, because the rich
Are driven by wealth as beggars by the itch,
Beggar to beggar cried, being frenzy-struck,
And cannot have a humorous happy speech.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)