A cognitive processing study carried out on 156 subjects showed that people who find homour and appreciate dark jokes such as death, disease, deformity, handicap or warfare with bitter amusement and presents such tragic, distressing or morbid topics in humorous terms’—may have higher IQs, show lower aggression, and resist negative feelings more effectively than people who turn up their noses at it.
The emotional jokes and the pun jokes don’t need alot of IQ as compared to dark jokes.
Your brain will need a lot of intelligence distraction that prevents you not to laugh at these kind of the jokes.
Can you laugh at the below jokes? I hope your IQ is high enough
A man walks into a rooftop bar and takes a seat next to another guy. “What are you drinking?” he asks the guy.
“Magic beer,” he says.
“Oh, yeah? What’s so magical about it?”
Then he shows him: He swigs some beer, dives off the roof, flies around the building, then finally returns to his seat with a triumphant smile.
“Amazing!” the man says. “Lemme try some of that!” The man grabs the beer. He downs it, leaps off the roof —and plummets 15 stories to the ground.
• ‘‘I’m sorry’ and ‘I apologize’ mean the same thing. Except at a funeral.’ —Demetri Martin
• Q: What has four legs and one arm?
A: A happy pit bull.
• ‘Cats have nine lives. Makes them ideal for experimentation.’ —Jimmy Carr
• Q: Why don’t cannibals eat clowns?
A: Because they taste funny.
• “I have a vest. If I had my arms cut off, it would be a jacket.” —Mitch Hedberg
• Q: What did Kermit the frog say at Jim Henson’s funeral?
• “If at first you don’t succeed, then skydiving definitely isn’t for you.” —Steven Wright