Anti-jokes (classified under the heading “Anti-Humor“) are forms of ironic or indirect humor that are intentionally designed to not fulfill traditional expectations for “comedy.” Instead, anti-jokes are often funny to the listener because of their purposeful ambiguity, lack of sense or because they upset and distort conventions of joke-telling.
Where’s my tractor?
I don’t know. I can’t speak Japanese.
Both of his legs were amputated. He can’t ride a bike ever again.
Which is unfortunate because he has a drinking problem.
It wasn’t. Numbers are not sentient and thus incapable of feeling fear.
Vampires aren’t real.
I have Alzheimer’s Disease, Cheese on toast
One of them is purple.
It doesn’t really matter, because it’s just a fish and doesn’t understand the idea of having a name.
She is probably going to die pretty soon.
And he’s greeted with great respect, because he’s such a talented actor.
Nothing. Fingers can’t talk.
A blonde is a human woman and bowling balls are inanimate objects used in the sport of bowling.
The librarian says “Do you have a library card?” The man says “no” and leaves.
Legally, bars in America have to serve people of all religions.
Due to the infinite nature of the universe, many items both natural and manufactured could be described in this manner.
I’m worried that you’re in an abusive relationship and I think you should seek help.
So what? You have AIDS.
When it is half-open.