Mark’s wonderful humour refreshes what we see every day… from symbols to trends, advertising to pets and technology. Off the Mark, although being slightly prejudiced and a little deviant, appeals to those seeking amusement and noise. from your favourite icons to your favourite trends, from advertisements to dogs and computers Off the Mark, although being slightly prejudiced and a little deviant, appeals to those seeking amusement and noise.

Though personal preference ultimately determines how amusing something is, a person’s level of amusement is influenced by a number of factors, including geographic location, culture, maturity, level of education, intelligence, and context. Slapstick, such as Punch and Judy puppet shows or Tom and Jerry cartoons, for example, may appeal to young children because of their physical character.

More sophisticated types of humour, such as satire, on the other hand, necessitate an awareness of social meaning and context, and so appeal to a more mature audience.

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