Now, where was I? Oh yes. Just what is a GSOH? Yes, I know it's an acronym for Good Sense Of Humour, but how does one define it? I would have thought that just what comprises a good sense of humour (and, Blogger, that word is quite correct when spelled - or spelt - with a U) differs from one person to another. And it can change as we get older. Sometimes.
As a child, I was wont to practically fall of my chair when reading the "Beano" - which was why I always sat on the floor to read said comic. Nowadays, the antics of the Bash Street Kinds or Dennis the Menace leave me cold.
As a teenager, I thought the Goons hilarious. Yes, maybe even today I would crack a smile, but I still prefer something a little different.
What I cannot find at all humorous are some of the supposedly comic programmes broadcast on television these days. "Mrs Brown's Boys" and "Live at the Apollo" are just a waste of time as far as I am concerned. Of course, for someone of my age, there was a golden age of comedy ushered in by television sitcoms such as "Steptoe and Son". You can tell I'm getting old when I say, "They don't make 'em like that any more".
Like this classic from Morecambe and Wise: