I donīt think freezeframe will mind me borrowing his wonderful wording (I coudnīt have couched it better. Is it mere coincidence that he wrote next?)
(abbreviations and additions by me in brackets)
"There is no accounting for taste, I would add, humour. Absurd humour is funny because itīs absurd not because we can account for it. (...) There are attempts to explain humour with linguistics and philosophy of language but they still canīt explain why (it) is funny.
Yes, and if I dare add a personal remark: The older I grow, the more humour I aplly to things and people surrounding me. I`m not sure if the world around us has become more humorous (I`m doubtful about this), or if I more than in former times notice the funny sides of things.
I wish you all a good weekend. Why not trying to discover the humorous aspects of life? Laughing more will not only improve the quality of the weekend, but of life in general.