- In a very large (e.g., infinite) undesigned multiverse, there is nothing incongruous.
- There is something genuinely intrinsically funny in our universe.
- The genuinely intrinsically funny is incongruous.
- Therefore, our universe is not a part of a very large undesigned multiverse.
Terry Pratchett suggests that his Discworld is either the product of gods with a sense of humor, or just something in an infinite multiverse. If the latter, then according to (1) and (3), nothing happening in the Discworld is genuinely intrinsically funny: it is only funny relative to us, i.e., the incongruity is between that world and ours. I prefers the divine sense of humor hypothesis as an interpretation. (I am now reading Making Money. Lots of fun so far.)