German-language humour is, for linguistic reasons, constructed differently from English-language humour (e.g., British humour and American humour). The construction of a sentence in German (due to the regular use of compound word constructions) means that German humour relies more on humorous ideas than on wordplay. German grammar is often (but not always) flexible in the sense that one can reorder a sentence without changing its meaning.
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