What makes me laugh more than anything else

Day 12

I laugh about a lot of things. When my family gets together we laugh about the most random things. We laugh at things that happened in the past, we laugh at silly things we once said, we laugh about our habits and we laugh at jokes.

What makes me laugh more than anything else? Randomness.

Like the time the legs of a plastic chair I was sitting on started melting because of the heater air. All I remember was my body sliding down s-l-o-w-l-y  as the chair legs gave way. Next thing I was on the floor laughing at how silly all this looked. Lucky for me there is no photographic evidence of this randomness. On the other hand….

Randomness. Random videos that are shared daily. Remember  ‘Aint nobody got time for that’? Hilarious! That had me laughing for days!

Randomness. Like awesome Sheldon Cooper memes:


Randomness. Like when my 1 year old nephew busts new dance moves to Waichukucha. I wonder if his ‘museve’ moves would look like these guys’ moves—->

And my most recent long, belly laugh happened this morning- courtesy of Argentina’s manager at the World Cup. I don’t know what was going on there. Just a lot of randomness!




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This entry was posted on July 14, 2014 by in Writers Bootcamp.
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