‘Muslims can’t take a joke’—remarked many Western observers.
38.2 | Humour
Ahmad Faris al-Shidyaq (1805/06-1887) ended a long life full of jokes and paradoxes with a final farewell jest.
Humour is a strange word, in so far as we mostly use it in a very limited way today, a way that does not reflect the original wide range of its meanings.
Laughter is a beautiful thing. So, why ruin it by talking about it?
Jonathon Hanratty was one of those people that nobody ever noticed. I don’t mean that figuratively, either.
In March of this year, I had a conversation with a Sierra Leonian member of the church where I am vicar. He lives with his wife and children in London and sends financial support to the village in Sierra Leone where he grew up.
Welcome to my personal lockdown awards ceremony for comedy in Hindi film.