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In everybodys life there exists some things they cant live without Often we even cant recognize how imporltant these things for us Among the matters those follow us for all our life humor takes a very big place and has a huge importance Sometimes even unnoticably for us humor helps us to stay alive espesially in our spirit Living in a humorous sphere we subconsiously separate some types of humor based of our reaction to different jokes Most jokes are products of folk creativitytherefore a big part of them is clear and seems funny for just part of people That people could be of the same nationality resindents of some particular area city county region and so on They like these jokes and save them passing them from generation to jeneration However when some of the anecdotes are told to anybody beyond this group of people they dont cause the same effect Thats why if group of students laughing in the class one or two remain serious they probably foreighn students For example joke about uncle Sam isnot going to make smile anybody but Americans And joke about Natasha Rostova wont be understood by anybody but Russians At the same time there are a lot of universal jokes They are publiched all over the world and everywhere cause laughter These jokes are so effective because they are about simple things that people expeience in their live in any country everywhere on the Earth These topics could be family husbands and wifes lovers blonds schools and many others It seems to me that unfortunately there are fewer of these jokes existing than the first ones However commonly known anectodes I just told about consist in rather the small part of the wide humorous spectrum Most often we hear jokes created in a moment for some particular situation and die right after they
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