Okay, so I noticed I do this sometimes. I put in a joke that is mostly meant for myself. Like today. I wrote a fight scene where because of modern technology a fighter could take off his sword's pommel in a half turn of the pommel and then chuck it at his opponent and because of other technology the sword itself wouldn't fall apart, yay for welding. Apparently chucking a pommel real thing in medieval times (not to be confused with Medieval Times where I get to eat food with my bare hands) but some think it was joke. The name of the technique has been dubbed "Ending him rightly" in at least modern YouTuber parlance. In any event, I have it there in my book. Dude then gets the pommel chucked back at him, knocking him out. The chapter ends with a guy watching the fight on magic TV with a buddy and the buddy makes a pun about it. I have other jokes sometimes in the narrative sometimes in the dialogue for mostly me. Like another time I have a lawyer MC and in his POV his opponent bares his teeth in a false smile. The description says the opponent "showed his teeth, for MC could not call it a smile," which is a nod to a US Supreme Court case called Calder v. Bull. Do you ever put in jokes or referneces in your works mostly for your amusement or am the only one crazy enough to do it?