Author: No One
•sâmbătă, ianuarie 19, 2013
Deadpan is a form of comic delivery in which humor is presented without a change in emotion or body language, usually speaking in a casual, monotone or cantankerous voice and expressing an unflappably calm, archly insincere or artificially grave demeanor, often in spite of the ridiculousness of the subject matter. This delivery is also called dry humor or dry wit; when the intent, but not the presentation, is humorous, blunt, oblique, sarcastic or apparently unintentional.


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