HUMOUR returns to the Godown restaurant, now in the basement of the Furama, on February 12 after a gap of about six months. It will be the first comedy night since the club moved from Admiralty. To kick things off, organisers have come up with a theme designed to ridicule that self-pitying bunch of losers, the stockbroking community. Godown director Carole Allen is offering a magnum of champagne to the person who sends in the best joke about the braces brigade after my colleague Gren Manuel revealed how a group of them recently left the restaurant without paying. They were, of course, no doubt impecunious thanks to the plunging Hang Seng index. STAR Plus presenter and part-time comedian John Moorhead and Ms Allen will select the winning entry from those sent in before the big night. To kick things off, here's our own suggestion. Question: What's the difference between a Hong Kong stockbroker and a seagull? Answer: A seagull can leave a deposit on a Mercedes.