"Your mama" jokes became popular in 2006, when searches for this term spiked on the Internet. Its popularity decreased after 2007 and has remained steady ever since. "Your mama" jokes may also be known as "yo mama", "yo momma", or "your mum" jokes, depending on the region.
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A "Your Mama" joke is an insult directed at another person's mother. Although these kind of insults tend to be demeaning, they are generally considered to be tongue-in-cheek and meant to be viewed as light-hearted in nature.
"Yo mama" jokes evolved out of a social game commonly called the Dozens, in which participants come up with creative insults to demean each other jokingly in front of a crowd. The tradition grew out of verbal games played by slaves in pre-Civil War America to relieve stress and frustration.
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"Yo mama" jokes are considered funny in some parts of the world outside the United States, including Europe, Australia, and parts of Asia. Most cultures find the jokes funny when both parties realize the insult is meant as a joke.
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Web sites that list popular jokes include Facebook, Comedy Central's website, jokes.cc.com, and laughfactory.com. Facebook contains a list of the top 50 funniest jokes ever told, and Laugh Factory's website has a link to popular jokes.
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One example of a New Year's joke is, "An optimist stays up to see the New Year in. A pessimist waits to make sure the old one leaves," by Bill Vaughan. Another example is "This New Year's I resolve to be less awesome since that is really the only thing I do in excess."