...a character-driven strip with a main character who had no discernable personality, observational humor that provided no insights, and no comic timing, just strips that ended without a gag, or sometimes without even a conclusion. Dikkers calls this style anti-humor, 'creating humor by poking fun at other humor.' Some readers were indeed amused by this anti-humor, seeing in it a reflection of their own uneventful lives. Others struggled to analyze it and find a deeper meaning..."
Ref: Wikipedia - Jim's Journal
Agreed in toto.
Wodehouse is my fun prescription to anyone looking for a break from seriousness and monotony. Seriously.
some good books and also humour books
Do you mean they are different, good books and humor ones?
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