I overheard two teenage boys talking 'Family Guy'.
The scenes and jokes they recalled surprised me - particularly the things that drove them to hysterics.
It wasn't "new" humor. It wasn't a sophisticated evolutionary deviation from what we've all experienced the past 20 years.
But then I remembered, they haven't experienced our last 20 years. The only reason I keep evolving my humor is to keep myself and my wife interested and entertained.
But every year, there will be a new generation of 13-year olds on the precipice of understanding the beauty of foundation-level sarcasm.
You don't need to be original to make people laugh - as long as it's their first time.