Top Ten Situations that are Hard to Be in Without LaughingWe laugh every single day, even if it's only a tiny giggle or a full-on belly laugh. Imagine what it would be like to be told not to laugh at or during anything on this list...
Why I it that we seem to laugh more when someone says "Stop laughing! "?
It only makes it even harder to not laugh.
Haha I was beaten to the punch! If this wasn't an option I was gone add it but I'm quite Tickled that Being tickled was in the original 10!
I've never really experienced this but from all the videos and stores and pictures I look at typically if you being tickled you will be giving out some laughs!
Waaay to difficult for me. I couldn't NOT laugh, even if my life depended on it.
That is literally me. I don't laugh at jokes, I only laugh at everyone's laugh because people are just made to have hilarious laughs!
I have been told that it's very easy to make me laugh, and if I think about it, it is true. But the thing that makes me laugh the most is when I hear someone else's hilarious, yet, contagious laughter nearby. I just can't stop myself, and I laugh so hard that I feel a six pack coming on.
I always start laughing when I hear Mary Murphy's laughter (she is a judge on the American dance competition So You Think You Can Dance).
Some peoples' laughter is so funny! The utter variations of laughter make it impossible not to laugh yourself. It's too infectious!
It IS funny and makes me laugh even harder.
I'm not going to give an example of mine. I'm sure you all know what particular word starts me off...
Some guy: *trips and falls*
Me: *points* Haha! Watch where you're going!
Me: *also trips and falls* Ow! Aww, it's not funny anymore!
It's never not funny to see a fat guy fall.
Like those videos about mean and bad contestants on The X Factor!
That is SO relatable! Whenever I'm trying to have an important conversation with an adult or a friend, some funny laugh from like, "look at this dude" goes through me mind and I have to force myself, literally FORCE myself not to smile or the person I'm talking with is going to think I'm laughing at what they're explaining. Also, sometimes when I used to sit at the very front at my old church, the priest would stand right in front of me and talk or sing in this loud booming voice and I have to look down so I don't laugh and keep a straight face. Because literally, all I ever do is laugh at other people's laughs or at literally something in my head
And at the wrong place