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Types of Humor: The 5 "S"s

Slapstick: physical humor, as in humor found from physical stimuli or physical reactions. Ex: farts, sex, AFV, pie to the face, Three Stooges.


Sarcastic: double-entente humor, as in humor based off of the ironic difference between literal and intended meaning. Ex: Bert and Ernie, Squidward, 9th Doctor, Sam Winchester


Subtle: dry or deadpan humor, as in humor which is found by an unaffected delivery of emotional or radical subject material. Ex: Mikasa, Jeff Dunham, Sheldon, Phil Coulson, Castiel


Satirical: ridiculing humor, as in humor which seeks to mock faults in the status quos or belief systems. Ex: Deadpool, SNL, Monty Python, Springtime with Hitler


Sardonic: dark humor, as in humor which plays off of tragic events to create a grim irony. Ex: Cruel Irony, “Laugh to keep from crying”,  Shakespeare, Olaf the Snowman



-Now, keep in mind that people can have one or many of these types of humors, and often can appreciate one or many types of humor. Its good to give a character some funny aspects to them, and hopefully this little cheat sheet will help you decide what kind of aspects that might be.-

Let it Go (Original Cut)
Idina Menzel
Let it Go (Original Cut)

The original versions of Let it Go from disney’s Frozen. It has another verse that was cut from the movie for time.

It just goes to show what amazing things you can find when you have an unhealthy obsession with this movie.

Let's get this (snow)ball rolling again...

Hopes for Frozen 2 Setting

Since this fandom will undoubtedly come out of hibernation now that pre-production is actually underway here’s my hopes for the setting of the sequel.

Something I’d personally like to see more of in Frozen 2 is The Southern Isles and its royal family.
I want to meet all twelve of Hans’s older brothers and his parents. I want them all to have fleshed out personalities and unique character designs. I think there’s a story there that’s worth telling and one that can transition nicely into what we’ve already been told.

For the record I don’t count A Frozen Heart by Elizabeth Rudnick as canon. It was a half-hearted and contemptuous attempt on Hans’s family. I don’t think I’ll ever get over her poor choice of names for some of them like Runo and Caleb. Did she even try?
What I consider canon is what’s written and created at the Disney Animation Studios by JLee and CBuck. *sigh*

So ignoring that rendition…
I would like to see Frozen 2 take place in a setting that is new but not entirely foreign to the audience. The Southern Isles offers such a golden opportunity; not only in its setting but also with its introduction to new characters without the obscure explanations. The Southern Isles and Hans’s family was one of the more curious aspects of the original and to not elaborate on it would be a waste.

I also don’t think bringing in an entirely new villain to wreck havoc on Arendelle - especially one with powers - would be at all interesting. It’d be expected and boring to keep the entire film in Arendelle and just have the gang battle it out with a fire witch or some nonsense like that.

The best thing the writers could do is take the curious elements from the story they already have such as the trolls, foreign affairs, that archaic book and elaborate on those instead. Make it all come full circle but by also tying it back to the original HCA’s version instead of creating completely new content that’ll only confuse the audience even more.

So those are my thoughts on the setting and how it could work with the story. Agree or disagree? What are your wishes for the setting of Frozen 2?

I JUST REALISED SOMETHING??? LIKE, I’M SO BLIND OMG

okay maybe some of you Frozen fella nerds noticed it, but… You know the little Olaf that Anna made during holidays and that she slipped under Elsa’s door and which they find again in the attic and so on?

IT’S IN THE FREAKIN SNOWFLAKE ELSA ASKS OLAF TO PUT AT THE TOP OF THE ICY CHRISTMAS TREE

i thought it was a random decoration at first BUT NOW THE FOG HAS LIFTEEEED

look at how adorable that is. Picture Anna being super emotional when Elsa decides that their sister tradition should be the tree star. Kristoff holding the box as they both hug (or something). Olaf being of course the one to have the honor to put it there.

i’m internally crying right now