It’s nearing the end of the year. According to the Mayan calender, who knows if we’ll even make it there but its inevitable that we will sit back and look at the things we’ve done in the past year.
I haven’t done writing prompts in a while, mostly because I’ve been writing like a crazy lady already for the last month. I’m back in style though. Today’s sounded fun: Go back and re-write our very first post. I won’t write my “very first post” because it was drafted by the daily post challenge to commit, so nothing much to re-write and the other one was just 2011 revelations. I always tend to do one for the new year so if we make it there, I’ll have one up then. So I just jumped straight to re-writing the first actual post called I Love To Laugh. Click HERE to read the original 2011 version. Its due for a re-run, back then it was no one that that read my posts. Maybe you’ll like it, who knows, right?
So here we go re-writing the first post titled: I LOVE TO LAUGH! (Tell me which you enjoyed more…its sort of tough to rewrite I think)..
Laughing is a very original feature in everyone. We all love to be laughing whether in groups or just by yourself sometimes. How would you describe your laugh? I know that I have a very laughable laugh. Try giving me a lame joke when I’m tired and you’ll have to laughing non-stop for ages. However, I still don’t really know how I laugh. How do you describe the sounds of your laugh? Do we even have adjectives in the dictionary for it?
Although one of my favorite movies in the world describes it quite nicely with a little song. Anyone know what that movie is? That’s right! MARY POPPINS!
That movie did it with this little song called I Love To Laugh! Here’s a little video with the lyrics on the bottom to look at:
Some people laugh through their noses
Sounding something like this ‘Mmm…’
Some people laugh through their teeth goodness sake
Hissing and fizzing like snakes
Some laugh too fast
Some only blast – ha!
Others, they twitter like birds
Then there’s the kind
What can’t make up their mind
Are you one of those people listed above? By the way, when you laugh through your nose, isn’t that snorting?
I can tell you I don’t snort, nor do I hiss. I don’t twitter or blast either. So what do I do? I giggle in a loud way and that builds up if I can’t resist it and turns into something a bit more thunderous. It doesn’t matter how you do it. Point is laughing is different for everyone but the cause is mostly the same: its from happiness and joy. That’s what is important. After all, laughing is good for you.
So tell me, how would you describe your laugh?
6 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: Hindsight –>Redoing The Beginning…”
Kim – I like to laugh and really enjoy television shows (The Big Bang Theory usually elicits more than one laugh each episode) or movies that make me laugh. I also enjoy when my two teen children gather with their friends from church at our house because it always delivers moments of raucous laughter.
My laughter usually does not trigger others, only the tears that begin escaping when i have sustained my laughing too long. That always is good for more giggles from my wife, friends or family as they are intrigued that I am so tickled.
Awesome stuff! Children always do the trick. I listen to stories of my boyfriend’s niece and nephews and their crazy stuff they do at home. Always does it for me!
I have heard great stuff about Big Bang Theory. I haven’t seen it yet and should definitely try to start. If you do like that one, the girl in Big Bang Theory did a series a while back that I enjoyed called 8 Simple Rules…for Dating my Teenage Daughter.
I have seen Kaley Cuoco in 8SR. She gets the chance to be even funnier in BBT as she interacts with a cast full of egg heads and plays the “dumber blonde”.
That does sound fun! I’ll find some time to check it out this weekend. Thanks for bringing it up 🙂
I’m a blaster, normally, but if you really get me going I’ll bowl over with a real gut busting, air sucking, tear causing fit.
HAHA! so descriptive! I can almost picture you laughing…sounds like a good laughing companion 🙂