A number of stand-up and situation comedians have manifested the difficulty in amusing their audience with laughter through their craft. Appealing to the emotions of one’s audience through drama, mystery, and action is relatively uncomplicated when compared to comedic content. American comedian and actor Jerry Seinfeld mentioned that “comedy is nothing to joke about,” and this speaks volumes of the intricateness of capturing the interest of people in this genre. While we think that this might have something to do with the nature of comedy; however, as complex as how to create humorous ideas, the same goes to simplifying and decoding what comedy is.
Most often than not, we associate the feeling of love with the existence of the immaterial soul. This emotion is just one of the few that a human person is capable of having. However, it remains to be an obscure belief as there are physicalists who dispute the existence of this metaphysical entity. Regardless of which side you are, we all can agree that this functioning physical body we have can do all sorts of majestic things that no ordinary physical object can—we are able to think, reason, touch, interact, feel, and fall in love.