Does Humor Has To Be Loud To Be Understood?



Filmmakers are the cleverest lot. They make their comedy scenes so bellowing loud that nobody dares misunderstand. One hint of humor is carried out in continuously heaped up dialogues so that the viewers don't dare stop laughing.

They are dead right. Fine or refined or defined or subtle or quiet or subdued humor is utterly helpless before the connoisseur humor eaters. Anybody trying to do that is rejected dejected and ejected. Herr Humor!

But I was also wrong. I thought this 'understanding' is only rampant in India. Now I'm afraid it's a global phenomenon.

Dare prove me wrong!

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