We all need to laugh
Laughter is good medicine
Brings good endorphins
Laughter reduces pain, increases job performance, connects people emotionally, and improves the flow of oxygen to the heart and brain. Laughter, it’s said, is the best medicine.
Let Laughter Reign
I hope you laughed out loud at some of these. I did!
Did any of them shock you?
Did that make you laugh louder?
The Major Function of Laughter
Some researchers believe that the major function of laughter is to bring people together. While we are socially distancing (afterall, you may be thousands of miles from me), we CAN laugh together!
You may have been surprised that this usually prudent 80 year old blogger would post more than one meme with the word “asshole” in it. Right?
But did you laugh, or did you just breathe deeply and say, “Oh my!”?? Deep breaths are good for you, too, you know!!
Did you know that laughter reduces blood sugar levels? It is believed that laughter increasing glucose tolerance in diabetics and non-diabetics alike. It’s worth a little shock effect of naughty words, don’t you agree?
All the health benefits of laughter may simply result from the social support that laughter stimulates. Just loosen up and laugh, my friends. It’s good for you! It keeps us connected, even though we may be far away.
Have a happy day… laugh a lot … and spread your joy…
Especially during these extraordinary times.
What meme or comment
have you seen or heard
that made you laugh out loud?
Comments on: "Laughter is Good Medicine" (15)
I laughed at the ah church, laughed aloud at the day 2 without sports and smiles at the kids notes.
I blinked at the swearing ones – I liked the condom one. I don’t really find them funny coz I stopped reading things that are filled with swearing when I didn’t want to swear myself.
Take care of yourself.
Laugh, smile, and enjoy the benefits of isolation
Love, light, and glitter
That was an honest answer! A nice comment … It answered all my questions. I knew some of those were risqué!
I only explained coz you asked… I would never have said anything otherwise! Though I’m not the norm.
I’m glad you’re around.
Love, light, and glitter
Thank God we’re not the “norm.” That’s a boring place to be. Tout and celebrate your uniqueness, Eliza!
I certainly had a few laughs, that poor man sitting outside, very wise.
Hah! Yup, his wife’s singing is only to be imagined to make you cringe or laugh or both, right?
My daughter posted an hilarious video of a woman in all seriousness demonstrating how thongs could be used as face masks. I am afraid I am not competent to transfer it to this comment
I’d love to get a good laugh today, Derrick. Maybe you could forward it to me at email@example.com
Unfortunately I don’t know how to get it off her FB page
If you have Siri on an iPhone, ask her how you do a screenshot. I do screenshots all the time. Then it’s in my photos and I can send it in to others. Neat trick!
I don’t use a phone for internet. But I have Siri on my desktop – I’ll give it a go when I am feeling strong 🙂
I hope you are feeling stronger each day, Derrick. Bee well!!
Got a good laugh from some of the pics!!
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