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assessed whether humor was used to mask any deceptive claims. Deceptivee were masked by humor. The relationship between varioushumor are used to mask particular types of deceptive claims.

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consistent humor definitions, various termi-disparagement categoriesory of humor is that humor provides anfrom a form of constraint (Spotts, Whumor theory is based on hostility,new york escort su-ision, or disparagement within. Of-rguably withses that might inducehuge potential to misuse humor as a strategyaremanipulation.

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