“That quality of action, speech, or writing which excites amusement” is the definition of humor. From a psychological standpoint, humor is a rather vast, complex, and multifaceted phenomenon. Evidence in the area of health demonstrates that humor can reduce stress and enhance quality of life. Fears and other unfavorable feelings could be changed into favorable feelings that are expressed through laughter. There are numerous types of humor, though, ranging from good humor to bad humor. This viewpoint suggests that there are basically four types of humor: affiliative, self-enhancing, aggressive, and self-defeating. These behaviors have various effects on health, which are also influenced by personality traits. Numerous cognitive and behavioral processes can be involved in humor. As a result, it may affect both social and emotional traits. Because of this, humor can be used to deal with topics like fear and contradictory messages. By involving them in challenging cognitive processes like dealing with incongruity, it keeps people’s attention. By its very nature, humor is confrontational on an emotional, cognitive, or both levels. In light of this, it might be a good communication tactic to use when discussing the need for donated organs. In spite of recent ethical debates about the organ donation system in politics and society, Germany still has an opt-in system for postmortem organ donation. This means that if a person wants to be registered as a potential organ donor, they must actively give their informed consent in the form of an organ donor card. The organ donor card also gives cardholders the option to decline organ donation or transfer the decision to someone else. However, there is a significant discrepancy between the required and available organ numbers. Before they can receive an organ from a suitable donor, patients are even passing away while on waiting lists.