I think we can all agree that humor is subjective. (And if you don’t agree your decision is still subjective, correct?)
What is funny to one person might be boring and insulting to the next. It all has to do with our background and experience.
What a twenty-two year old male college student might find amusing will undoubtedly be different than what a retired seventy five year old gynecologist from Dearborn, Michigan who lives in Florida will laugh at.
A retired gynecologist should guffaw at: medical procedures, cholesterol, coupons at early-bird dinners, prostate problems. (Although prostates can be a “touchy” subject—and I mean that literally and figuratively.)
A college student will relate to: trying to get sex, getting drunk, getting more dunk, passing out from alcohol… and then try getting more sex, again.
Although mention Viagra and the two will both probably laugh.
Naturally, you think,” But the doc was a twenty-five college student once, right? Yes, but that was during the Truman administration and when gas was a nickel a gallon.
People and their sensibilities change over time. I know mine has.