Women on their own are 60 per cent less likely to laugh at
jokes than men on their own.
a kick-off ceremony for using "Don't Laugh At
Me" as the theme of the season
Another reason for Van Overbeke's book of anecdotes not complying with the (controlled) humor reflected in jest-books is that in everyday life the man on the street continued to laugh at
the same banalities.
To the laughter of the stars, which is especially indicated by their rays, they laugh at
everything under the heavens upon the earth.
She went on to credit her ability to laugh at
that time for baby John's resulting happy demeanor.
People automatically laugh at
this situation that shows two men forced to live as roommates with one another - one of them being obsessively neat and the other being a total slob.
Don't laugh at
the punch line; ask the joker to explain to you what's funny.
Our capacity to laugh at
ourselves and to share laughter with others changes the entire context of our lives.
On average, children laugh at
least 200 times a day.
Audiences go from laughing at Henrietta to laughing at the people who laugh at
Henrietta," says Tod Williams, the movie's writer and director, "so I've been relieved by that.
At camp, I had difficulty understanding that it was all right to take a bite of food, make a comment, laugh at
someone's response, and then talk some more.
And all these people who claim to be so damned different, they respond to the same thing; they laugh at
the same jokes, cry at the same instants, and show how totally entrapped by our humanity we all are.