When you laugh at something with no inherent comedic value.
"Yo did you know Spongebob is a sponge?"
"That's some proper Ghilo Humour that."
by aRandomBantalope April 19, 2020
a bizarre type of humour that roots from a TPOT camp named "BFTS". Some symptoms of Josey humour are:

1. Saying WTF way too much
2. Saying "lma" and "lmak" instead/with "lmao"
3. Stroke-like reactions to very weird jokes, usually replacing "WTF" with something like "WTAFYUIOAJULJIHNKML"
4. Mispelling of common words all the time
5. Big Chungus
"that's almost as big as BIG CHUNGUS!!!!!!! WTYRFGYHDUIUGYSHJKL"
"o jeez i think uve got Josey Humour lma"
by qKitti May 10, 2021
dry humour ,sometimes also referred to as deadpan, is a form of comedic delivery in which something humorous is said or done by a person, while not exhibiting a change in emotion or facial expression.

It is implied humour or indirect humour which largely depends on what the audience thinks is being said rather than anything else.
Mr.Carson, known for his blank expressions while performing outrageous stunts on his show ' Carson Tonight ' is by far the best dry humourist i know.
by sumanth chebolu July 18, 2006
humor that deals with unpleasant aspects of life in a bitter or ironic way
Black humour is when, for example, a man takes off his belt to hang himself, and his trousers fall down. Another example of black humour, "Suicide just isn't funny, no matter which way you slice it," is an effective satire at the way that suicide is treated in mainstream western culture, insinuating that attitudes towards suicide are even more morose or morbid than the act or mental condition leading to it.
by I.O.U. 68+1 June 7, 2006
Indirect breach of the fourth wall at the end of the movie "Fight Club". When the plot comes around to the opening scene again after two hours of flashback, the Narrator (Edward Norton) states he "still hasn't anything to say", and Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt) refers to this as "flashback humour".
Any other definitions for flashback humour?
by Fearman November 21, 2007
comedic bankruptcy,inability to either experience or create anything amusing
HD sufferer - you can say that again
normal person - oh can I - repeats what he has just said
HD sufferer - no response
normal person- i see you are suffering a humour deficit problem
HD sufferer- excuse me i do not understand
by Joel Plews October 27, 2007
The majority of people are able to experience humour, i.e., to be amused, to laugh or smile at something funny, and thus they are considered to have a sense of humour. The hypothetical person lacking a sense of humour would likely find the behaviour induced by humour to be inexplicable, strange, or even irrational. Though ultimately decided by personal taste, the extent to which a person will find something humourous depends upon a host of variables, including geographical location, culture, maturity, level of education, intelligence and context.
For example, young children's sense of humour may favour slapstick, such as Punch and Judy puppet shows or cartoons such as Tom and Jerry.
by Death Megatron 3000 April 16, 2013