***** NOT A TEACHER *****
Hello, UM Chakma:
I just wanted to remind you that perhaps a "sense of humor" depends on a particular culture.
Is there a universal sense of humor? In my opinion, probably not.
Whenever I look at the popular American TV comedy "Friends," I often wonder how much of the humor (especially the nuances) can be understood by non-English-speaking people. I feel that subtitles or dubbing can never convey certain ideas or feelings that only Americans can truly appreciate.
Maybe a sense of humor basically involves NOT taking oneself too seriously. I sincerely feel that there are some people who do NOT have a sense of humor. Or their sense of humor is very different from that of most other people.
If you have been following the presidential candidates in the United States, you will have noticed that some of them are joking about whether or not one of them has real hair. And one candidate just recently joked that the color of her hair is NOT natural. I suspect that in some cultures, politicians would never, ever engage in such "humorous" talk.
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