Over the years it's become increasingly evident to me that my sense of humour is woefully under-developed, or at least woefully out of step with that of the great majority. There are so many things I simply don't find very funny at all that I am obviously supposed to, and that others seem to be able to. I wondered if there is anyone else on this forum who has a similar problem? Here's a breakdown of some of my humour blindspots. Things That I Can't Even Begin To Find Funny The Young Ones Reeves and Mortimer Lenny Henry (although I liked the "Three Of A Kind" series) The League Of Gentlemen Ant And Dec The Fast Show Things That Can Make Me Smile But Only Very Occasionally Red Dwarf Friends Frasier Blackadder (first series was the best) Only Fools And Horses Spitting Image Monty Python (TV series - some of the films are better) Goodness Gracious Me Austin Powers The Office Absolutely Fabulous Garfield Ali G Smack The Pony Things That Do Actually Make Me Laugh A Lot Being John Malkovich The Goon Show The Goodies Earlier series of Whose Line Is It Anyway (esp. John Sessions) Victoria Wood Rory Bremner & co when talking about Iraq Coupling The Simpsons & Futurama Airplane If I Ruled The World (political "quiz" with Jeremey Hardy and Graeme Garden) Have I Got News For You (before they sacked Angus) One Foot In The Grave Yes, Minister A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum Buster Keaton Dilbert (not so fond of the animated version) Soap (70s "sitcom") Victor Borge Hey, that third list isn't that short. Maybe there's hope for me after all.