The Positively True Adventures of an Almost Famous Writer
I am so with you on this.I spend so much of my time laughing and I'd probably go nuts if I couldn't!Life's too short to be sad.
no kidding....we'd all be pretty miserable it we couldn't lighten up and enjoy life, and roar.
I wonder how many of your readers actually know who The Little Tramp was?
So true, if you can't laugh then you're not gonna make it through your day!
I've always needed to laugh more than I do. I rarely laugh out loud, from the belly. I'm probably far too serious for my own good. But I do have a seriously dry, cynical, sarcastic humorous side to me.
Laughter is therapeutic. Thank God for my toddler-he never fails to make me laugh each day:-).
Think I'm gonna come down to the front of the church and TESTIFY!
It's a shame when one has an irritating laugh. I seem to be one who does, judging from the mocking imitations of my own laugh that I grew up with, resulting in my trying to stifle laughing, and even smiles, when in company - which I still do even now. God knows, I too find certain other laughs irritating as hell, especially that of certain TV celebrities, but I can always 'let-rip' living alone as I do, or in the darkness of a cinema. (Ain't that sad?) But, like Stacey above, I do also recognise the beneficial therapeutic effects of the activity. It just feels so GOOD!
I couldnt agree more, laughter is like medicineSteven Anthonyhttp://manndish.blogspot.com/
Yup, I do my dailyheehee & whahaha...xo
I'm laughing right now:)
Well it does cause wrinkling around the eyes. As you can imagine I have lots of wrinkles.
Thanks for stopping by my blog! Happy Thursday.
What a great quote - I love this one - so bang on!
thanks for this quote. i love chaplin, and you've inspired me to have a drink today at one of his very favorite bar/restaurants in hollywood, MUSSO & FRANK.
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