Have you found something humorous in your research? Perhaps something funny happened while you were researching?
As I don't have any rip-roaringly funny ancestors (except, maybe, my great-great-grandfather the Judge—whose dry humour seems to match my own), I'll go with the above suggestion of something funny found.
Most people would know those we refer to as "John Doe" or "Jane Doe" (unknown .. inconnu(spelling?)), but we sometimes forget their cousin "Joe Blow". Well, one day I was doing immigration research and came across a real guy named Joseph Blow. You could have heard me blocks away, I laughed so loudly.
Then, too, is the expression many of us here use of "going down the rabbit hole".
I forget exactly who it was I was looking up on the Queensland BDM site, but among the result offerings below my search was a "Charlotte Rabbitt". Seriously. Again, I laughed aloud, so louldy I'm sure I startled my neighbour's cats! What amused me even more was .. me being me, I decided to look up this Rabbitt (ie, I followed it down the Rabbitt hole). In so doing I found that there was a daughter Rabbitt who had also had children, one of whom was Alice Rabbitt.
Then, too, a granddaughter of "my" Charlotte Rabbitt was Florence Emily Rabbitt, who just happened to marry a Victor August Emmanuel Blank. Yes, Blank. I kid you not.
I had so much enjoyment researching these Rabbitts (also Rabbit) that I tracked down the one I took to calling "Papa Rabbit", back to Bedfordshire, England. I have yet to complete documenting his parents and siblings, but I have a multi-page text document just for "my" Rabbitts and intend to add the rest of those I have in between sourcing and doing other things.
Week 33 .. 33rd week participating.