I wasn't referring to the salami thing, which (I hope) isn't actually going to be in the game anyways. I was referring to how deeply ingrained that kind of humor was in every aspect of their previous games. There's really no comparison.
Larian games have been goofy, no doubt about that. I wouldn't be as quick to declare them less goofy across the board... I can recall quite a few silly things in the Baldur's Gate games off the top of my head (Jan and his turnips being another example). I think we're on the same page about what we want from BG3: silly/funny moments, but not a silly/funny world and tone throughout.