Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Humour"

The meaning of "Humour" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Buried in their humour amongst the white noise and boys' boys
Locker room talkin' lads' lads mean?
A: The general idea is about toxic male culture.
“Buried in their humour” is about hiding behind jokes and getting away with saying nasty things by pretending it’s all a joke.
“Boys’ boys” means a group of boys who are very overly masculine, they only have negative relationships with girls and don’t view women as equals to men. This is the same as “Lads’ lads”.
“Locker room talk” is a phrase used to describe the types of misogynistic conversations that men have in private male-only spaces, such as locker rooms. When females aren’t allowed into these spaces it creates a culture of discussing and objectifying women, because they can’t be there to defend themselves.
Q: What does He failed to see the humour in the situation. mean?
A: Thank you very much!
Q: What does humour mean?
A: someone’s humour is what they find funny, and the type of jokes they find funny :)
Q: What does dark humour mean?
A: Either something controversial or morbid

Example sentences using "Humour"

Q: Please show me example sentences with [humour] as a verb plz.
A: humour is the English (UK) spelling. humor is English (US)

I know he is being a bit difficult, just humour him and you will get along more easily.
Humouring people can be seen as a bit patronising.

Q: Please show me example sentences with ill humour.
A: He was generally grumpy and in a state of ill humor. We use "ill humored" more. As in "He is ill humored."
Q: Please show me example sentences with humour
A: humour can mean that someone has a funny personality. Example: “you have a good sense of humour”.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "Self-deprecating humour".
A: Her self-deprecation humour was bringing the entire group down.

His rudeness was even worse than his self-deprecating humour.

Synonyms of "Humour" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between in a bad humour and in a bad mood ?
A: In a bad humorは理に敵いません。

In a bad moodというのは、「機嫌が悪い」とか、「苛々」とか「(誰かのせいで)困っている」などかも知れないと思います。

Translations of "Humour"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? humour
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? humour
A: humor :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? humour
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? humour
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? humour

Other questions about "Humour"

Q: Could you please explain the humour or the meaning of the title "To the Manor born"?
I've read that it' referred to Shakespeare's "To the manner born", but I still can't understand.
A: Manor = a big house/villa of someone rich or even noble

to the manor born ≈ born into nobility/wealth
to the manner born :
(manner ≈ behaviour)

≈ born into this manner/behavior
≈> being good at something, (since you have known it for your entire life.)
The word play is basically saying: "I'm rich"
instead of
"I am skilled at something"
Q: to be in A good humour?
to be in good humour?
A: A good humour/mood
A bad temper
Q: What's the humour in this joke from The big bang theory?
"That gives me the jeebie jeebies"
"It would be heebie jebbies"
"I thought it was anti semitic"
I don't understand the humour.
A: heebie can be used as slang to refer to a Jewish/Hebrew person.

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