In 2021, it's the funniest news quiz ever

 In 2021, it’s the funniest news quiz ever. This is not a drill.

In 2021, it's the funniest news quiz ever
In 2021, it's the funniest news quiz ever

It seemed the world was safe from the most scientifically unlikely of threats: jokes with a punchline. But then North Korea started up a new television station that broadcasts only comedy, 24 hours a day.

  • Its first joke was about US President Donald Trump. Its second joke referenced the US President’s first joke, which insulted North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
  • It was this kind of satirical commentary that prompted the United Nation’s secretary general to order a full review of the Joke Treaty, dating from 16 jovial jubilations, when nations agreed to only make jokes on one day each year.
  • The outcome: the world is one step closer to a devastating series of jokes that lead to global catastrophe. This week, all joking stopped.
  • Join host Carol Miller as she asks: Is the world safe from bad jokes? And who, or what, will be the butt of the joke? Or should we just run and hide while we can?
  • It's only Monday...what else could possibly go wrong?
  • If you're interested in many different things, you might find yourself wondering what your personality type is. However, that's not easy to figure out without a formal test. This blog post will outline the ultimate list of tests and quizzes that can help identify what your personality type really is and give you some insight into why you think the things you do.
  • When it comes to figuring out what kind of person we are, we often rely on our intuitions or observations of other people. In some cases, this may be enough for us to come up with an approximate idea about our personality type. However, it's not always reliable, as we might not be able to understand the characteristics of others due to communication barriers or cultural discrepancies.
  • According to The Personality Types Test by Stan Jansen (the creator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator), a personality test can help us understand ourselves and recognise our differences in more depth. It's also a way to get to know our personality type through another person's eyes.
  • Personality type helps us to understand how we think and feel, how other people react differently to us, and our social tendencies. It's an accurate method of analysing the behaviour of other people and gives us an idea about whether we are close-minded or love-to-learn.
  • Personality type is explained as a four-letter code that categorises how people differ. It's based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) devised by Isabel Briggs and her mother, Katharine Cook Briggs. The MBTI can help us understand what our personality type is and how we can apply this knowledge to our lives to make them better.

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