Germans adopt the british sense of humor?

Article published on Feb. 23, 2010
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Article published on Feb. 23, 2010
The Anglo-Saxons have a talent for caustic satire and painful put-downs: that's a fact. Moreover, negative humour – teasing and ridicule, as well as more offensive, racist or sexist forms of humour, together with defamatory humour – appeared to be genetically connected only in Britain and it really suits them. Not exactly... The german version of Focus magazine is trying to prove us all wrong.

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