What does SOHF stand for?

Sense of humor failure

Okay, let’s talk about SOHF. When someone cracks a joke that doesn’t land well, they might use this term. It’s often thrown around when the sender of a joke feels that their humor isn’t appreciated or understood.

For instance, let’s say your annoying friend Jake sends you a joke that’s just not funny or even offensive. You might respond with a simple “NF” to express your disapproval. Jake might then hit back with, “SOHF much? Didn’t realize you joined the PC police.”

Or consider a scenario where your sister texts you about your mutual friend, saying, “Ever since Mike started seeing Lisa, he’s got a serious case of SOHF. I hope they call it quits soon.” Here, SOHF is being used to denote Mike’s changed, seemingly oversensitive, sense of humor since he started dating Lisa.

Example for using ‘SOHF’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear the one about the two antennas that got married?

No, what happened?

The ceremony was okay, but the reception was excellent! πŸ˜„

Haha, that’s a good one! πŸ˜‚

Glad you liked it! Some people just don’t appreciate my jokes. They have a serious SOHF. πŸ™„

Yeah, not everyone has the same sense of humor. Don’t let it bother you. 😊