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Have you ever laughed uncontrollably at an event where laughter was totally inappropriate?
Yes - so many times... I laugh at most of the things and people find it strange. I cope with many things through my laugh. Thanks for asking this question.
Yes - I think it's nerves maybe. I tend to want to laugh out when sitting in the dentist's or doctor's waiting room - I even have to go outside sometimes because I know I'm going to start laughing. I almost laughed at a funeral once! I was so ashamed of myself and it was sheer will power and kidding on I was blowing my nose that saved the day - it was awful! The thing is I did feel really sad and there was absolutely nothing funny about it! I was also too ashamed to ask anyone else if they ever had the same experience!!
That all depends. I once laughed hysterically during the second Twilight movie. Needless to say, the room full of fans didn't appreciate it. I thought it was more than appropriate though.
by backporchstories5 years ago
When was the last time you had a good laugh?In our world today, we see all the striff and turmoil around us that we become like stone, harden. Laughter has always been good medicine. When was the last time...
by Kenneth Fronda Antolin5 years ago
How can you say that laughter is the best medicine?I have heard that laughter is the best medicine. When I got my stomachache, I laughed so frequently, but my stomach was still suffering from stomachache. So how is it?
by luckycharmz5 years ago
Have you ever told a joke you thought was funny, but no one laughed? If so, what was it?
by Jason Benedict4 years ago
Drummers never get any credit. What song has the best drumming you have heard in a music track?For me Tool - Lateralus, Led Zeppelin - Moby Dick, and Tool - Ticks and Leeches would be my top three.
by shazwellyn8 years ago
OK.. Things are grim.. earthquakes, credit crunch and sex scandals. I thought it might be nicer to see the funnier side of laugh. Laughing is great therapy and can give you the feeling of well being. ...
by SilentMagenta3 years ago
Have you ever cried tears of joy?
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