“Is dad’s humour dead?”

Humour can’t be dead even if you have no dad; one can be dadless or mumless but do not keep mum for them to see you’re not dead; humour in English transcription can be defined either as ‘human mourn’, i.e. hu-mour, “n” in the end is dead and not seen as you see; or dashed as ‘hum-our’ that is supposedly to be ‘humming’ now and alive at least for an hour, and if you can comprehend again “h” in the beginning is dead now and turns into “our”. After all, humour is not a dead language. It’s a system of signs our dads applied. Let’s hear for instance the news and then try to define for yourself whether humour is dead with you and the rest or whether you are deaf…


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