Of Laughter

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ENG101-HW Lab #1 Of Laughter

The single most uncontrollable contagion in the world is laughter. Any ideas of humanity without laughter should not even bother existing. In order to have social interaction between one another laughter is essential. Stereotypes are often used whether people like to admit it or not. As human beings we base our opinions on looks, actions, speech, and yes, personality. That's if we have even gone far enough to get to know ones personality. If someone walks in a room with no emotion and a grumpy look to them we generally will not take the time out of our day to get to know them. The single most important thing in life is happiness. What is happiness without laughter? Without laughter one is going to find it merely impossible to reach the number one goal in life. As Audrey Hepburn states, "I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it's the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It's probably the most important thing in a person." Making people laugh greatly determines what they think about you. The same goes for people that make you laugh, if I am personally not sure about a certain individual but they can make me laugh, chances are that will sway my opinion in their favor. However, everyones laugh is different. Some normal, some crazy, some loud, some soft, some annoying, some cute. There is a wide range of differences in every individuals laugh. You never know what is going to come out of each ones mouth they engage in laughter. Once it is heard, laughter is more contagious than any disease you could ever think of. The pure fact of someones laughter alone is enough to make another person break out in laughter. Have you ever had one of those moments where you friends have a constant laughter attack one after another one leading to another without being able to stop? You absolutely have! As tears roll down your face and your abdomen tightens up to a point of exhaustion as if you just did a full out ab...
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