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"Sherryl Wingfield" (2020-04-15)


Types Of Comedy

Anecdote





An Anecdote is a short and amusing but serious account, which may depict a real/fake incident or character.[1] Anecdotes can be as brief as the setting and provocation of a bon mot. An anecdote is always presented as based in a real incident[2] involving actual persons, whether famous or not, usually in an identifiable place. However, over time, modification in reuse may convert a particular anecdote to a fictional piece, one that is retold but is "too good to be true".

Farce

A farce is a broad satire or comedy, though now it's used to describe something that is supposed to be serious but has turned ridiculous. If a defendant is not treated fairly, his lawyer might say that the trial is a farce.

Irony

Irony Is A Simple Kind Of Comedy.Irony is a trope that involves incongruity between what is expected and what occurs and hence is a popular type of humor. Irony is portrayed through words or actions to express something completely different from the literal meaning

Nonsense

Nonsense Is The Famous Type Of Comedy.This type of humor is marked by what the name suggests, 'nonsense'. It doesn't have any real logic or sense to it, but is nonetheless humorous in its delivery. There are two parts to this kind of comedy,known as 'wisecrack' and 'epigram'.

Satire

Satire is defined as a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own. Satire is a branch of comedy, which makes use of witty language to convey insults or scorn. In satire, human or individual vices, follies, abuses, or shortcomings are held up to reprimand by means of ridicule, burlesque, derision, irony, or other methods. Although satire is usually meant to be funny, the purpose of satire is not primarily humor, but an attack on something or some subject the author strongly disapproves of.

Stand-Up Comedy

Stand-up comedy is a comic style in which a comedian performs in front of a live audience, usually speaking directly to them. The performer is commonly known as a comic, stand-up comic, stand-up comedian, or simply a stand-up.In stand-up comedy, the comedian usually recites a grouping of humorous stories,jokes and one-liners typically called a monologue, routine, or act. Some stand-up comedians use props, music, or magic tricks to enhance their acts.

Caricature

A caricature is a drawing of a real person which distorts or exaggerates certain features, but still retains a likeness: in other words an exaggerated piece of portrait art.Caricatures first became a popular genre of fine art in the 16th and 17th century and were created by satirists to ridicule public figures and politicians (a caricature with a moral message is considered a satire.

Banter

Bantering is defined as: "The playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks". In many ways, it's a verbal back-and-forth; it's more dance than duel, where the goal is for both parties to enjoy themselves rather than one person or the other wounding or insulting the other. It's as much an exercise in improvisation as it is flirting, both of you riffing on a topic, whether it's a temporary role-play or treating your partner like they are your bratty little sibling.

Burlesque

Burlesque comes from burla, Spanish for "joke." Comedy has always been an essential part of burlesque art, but it's comedy of a particular kind. Burlesque is satirical, and it uses exaggeration that can be extreme. Early examples of burlesque in English literature can be found in the Canterbury Tales. By the eighteenth century, the word was used to describe often risque parodies of serious operas or plays. Burlesque became associated with striptease in the music halls and vaudeville theaters of nineteenth-century America.

Freudian Slip

Freudian Slip Is A Famous Type Of Comedy.A Freudian slip is nothing but a funny statement, which seems to just pop out from the comedian, but actually comes from the person's subconscious thoughts. This is just like funny things said unintentionally owing to a slip-of-the-tongue situation.

Parody





Parody Is A Great Funny Kind Of Comedy. Parody is defined as a work created to mock, comment on, or poke fun at an original work, its subject, or author, by means of humorous or satiric imitation. Parody is nothing but a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style in a humorous way.

Jokes

A joke is a display of humour in which words are used within a specific and well-defined narrative structure to make people laugh. It takes the form of a story, usually with dialogue, and ends in a punch line. It is in the punch line that the audience becomes aware that the story contains a second, conflicting meaning. This can be done using a pun or other word play such as irony,












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