Comical

Definition: causing laughter or amusement <especially with startling or unexpected humorous impact>; funny; droll

Compatible Quality: timing

Quote: There’s a difference between being a comic and a comedian. A comic is a guy who says funny things, and a comedian is a guy who says things funny, and he has a style and point of view that will last much longer. — Milton Berle [born Mendel Berlinger] (1908–2002) American actor and comedian

Symbol: the clown

Historic Figure: Aristophanes (446-386 bc) Greek Classic Poet [The Father of comedy]

Mythological Figure: Thalia, one of the three Graces of Greek mythology, is the Muse of comedy and pastoral poetry.
     See also: Joyful and Bright