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Nonsense humor is not gibberish. It leads somewhere though the reader is thrown for a loss if he tries to speculate where. As James Thurber remarked, it cannot be manufactured by writing opening sentences with nothing in mind, and then trying to create a story round them: such sentences as "Mrs. " In the best nonsense humor the reader finds himself in a world where strange flowers with unbotanical names bloom menacingly, the slithy toves gyre and gimble in the wabe and the frumious Bandersnatch is to be shunned.