Posted 10 February 2009 - 07:00 AM
(After all, you can either cry or laugh, and with severe dry eye I find it easier to laugh anyway )
Posted 13 February 2009 - 08:30 AM
I'm always finding something to get a smile going from.
Posted 11 March 2009 - 06:11 AM
I think that's why I'm never taken seriously. I make a joke out of everything and I always keep up my humour, and make people laugh, when I want people to remember me as a smiler not a moaner. Hahaha.
Posted 05 April 2009 - 05:58 PM
Live Love LAUGH!!!
Posted 05 April 2009 - 11:41 PM
My husband and I have the same sense of fun and humour which is great because we can laugh together, particularly at sclero. My sister is a great laugher as well as is her new beau.
People love to laugh so they can laugh with me or at me as long as they're a laughin'!
It's also a very good tool, along with a big (while it can be) smile, for combatting difficult people, it un-nerves them and breaks their stride.
Yes Serena I also laugh at things others don't, when working I would go out for lunch and walk along talking and giggling to myself. I met my husband one day for lunch and he saw me walking towards him chattering away to myself and he said I looked quite mad. Hey, maybe that's why I always got a seat on the bus...alone?
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Posted 07 April 2009 - 04:18 PM
I also tend to sing at the top of my lungs with the radio, often my own words since I can't remember the actual words. This can be very entertaining if the windows happen to be down and we are at a stop light... the looks we get from cars around us as I belt out something along the line of "Oh hooptie high, oh hooptie low, because it's yellow, and goes below, we all live in a yellow submarine..." It is bad enough that I am singing loud as I can, but the hubby is usually driver-seat dancing his heart out at the same time. (it is usually a mix of the cabbage patch, saturday night live and signaling to steal second)
Amanda, I agree 100%, laugh with me or at me as long as you are laughing!
Warm hugs and offers to start a sing along with anyone who knows all the words to 'Penny Lane'
Posted 08 April 2009 - 04:08 AM
and if you ask me why
it's so I don't
get mascara in my eye.
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Posted 09 April 2009 - 02:44 AM
Sunday morning when I left for services I forgot to put my TMJ night guard in (I wear it most of the time), but I thought, oh well, I'll make it till I get back home. When I got back home I couldn't find it ANYWHERE!! After looking over, under, and around everything I decided to give it a rest. Monday morning before I put the trash out, the light bulb went on! I took all of the trash out of the bag piece by piece and guess what I found. I had thrown the night guard in along with my breakfast trash. What a woman! And then there's the time I misplaced my car registration after having my taxes done. Couldn't find it so I just renewed my plates for the year. My friend called me a couple days later laughing her head off. She found the registration in a book I loaned her.
Hope that brought some smiles.
Posted 10 April 2009 - 08:59 PM