I wondered how the other INFJs considered humor and lived it. I'm talking about irony and inoffensive sarcasms there (well, it's kinda hard to draw a line, basically, any humor that has the sole purpose of making laugh whatever it takes, with no under-purposes). And also about the kind of jokes you use to do.
Personally I always had an unusual humor since when I was young. I tend to find gentle and "consensual" jokes boring, I like them when they're overly ridiculous or inconsistent. I like randomness as long as it just doesn't make any sense or has the purpose to make people laugh. I found out most people tended to just not be entertained by this, when I tell jokes I find really funny, I'm often the only one laughing - it's often because either they feel a bit awkward or because they don't really get it.
I like it when a joke is developed and not simply "dumb and gross" (even though a good mimicry of a drunk man always get me), when it transcends the borders, when it's simply not "easy" - I think it's the case for most people, but I think that my humor exactly is too "hard", not "clear" enough for most people. I can't really grasp what actually makes me laugh.
I also remarked that my sense of humor is totally reversed to my morals. Something that would utterly shock me if it had "really happened", it cracks me up when it's told in a joke (as long as the joke has a sense, heh, and not simply made for the sake of shocking people), when a joke doesn't directly relate to something that personally happened to someone (if it accidentally relates it'd still make me laugh of course, all is in the intent, you get it ?), it can go really far on what makes me laugh.
What about you ?