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The University College London has discovered a correlation between frontotemporal dementia and enjoying the self-congratulatory smirk worn by the host of ‘The Late Late Show’. Even remotely finding James Corden amusing can be a clear indicator of mental ill health, haemorrhoids and an outbreak scurvy.
The ‘Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease’ goes on to explain that people with this kind of dementia can lose their inhibition to laugh at ‘fetid piles of comedy offal’. Similar patterns of mental disintegration can also explain the humour-bypass in Adam Sandler’s CV, Oscar ceremonies and the entire back catalogue of ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’.
One relative of a sufferer explained: ‘We’d grown increasingly concerned when Dad insisted on covering himself in jelly, wearing a lobster bib and referring to himself as Archduke Leopold V. But it was only when he sniggered at Mr. Corden’s dad dancing that we realised that something was wrong’.
The journal went on to say: ‘For year’s we struggled to understand why Corden’s awkward giggling would elicit a laugh. If anything, his constant karaoke skits thinly disguised as innovation have an air of tragedy about them. Unfortunately it doesn’t help that dementia also effects memory loss; clearly the CBS producers had forgotten Corden’s ‘Lesbian Vampire Killers’.’