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Encouraging the Next Generation of Responsible Drinkers. In Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious Freud holds that what produces laughter and makes jokes enjoyable to us is the fact that they serve to disguise and cover up more serious matters. Saying it in a joke allows us to utter things that would otherwise be stuck and repressed. You know how they say that every joke has a kernel of truth? Freud holds that we must learn the techniques which produce jokes in order to understand and trace their hidden origins.
Freud argued that the superego usually does not inhibit jokes in the same manner that it does regular speech, granting much more freedom for the subconscious to express itself. Sigmund Freud - The Ego and the Id. Sigmund Freud - Psychopathology of Everyday Life.