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Tickle Someone’s Funny Bone

November 21, 2019

There are numerous benefits of laughter; however, we tend to practice self-restraint. We can attest to laughing our heads off as children and being miserly with laughter as we advance through age. Strangely, we’ve diminished our laughter when it should be the opposite since greater happiness is found through laughter. Jokes so effortlessly enable us […]

Hilarious Word Play

June 11, 2019

“Always find a reason to laugh. It may not add years to your life but will surely add life to your years.” Do the cares of the world cause us to laugh less than our predecessors? Studies show that an average 4-year-old laughs about 300 times a day. The number is mind-boggling and could be […]

Hilarious Quotations

November 9, 2018

Everyone loves humour. Like the cardamom which spices my hot piping tea, humour so effortlessly spices up our lives. Humour has permeated every facet of our lives. Besides great strides made in the entertainment and the commercial realm, humour has proliferated the political arena too. Astute politicians have recognised this – in some societies, perceptive […]

Humour With Nicknames

July 25, 2018

Using nicknames on others can be uncouth but they have a means of getting a point across — sometimes socially acceptable with lots of chuckles accompanying them. Adults tend to give nicknames to their friends not realising that their children pick it up with the same fervour as what the nicknames were meant to represent. […]

Laugh Your Head Off

June 28, 2018

We all can attest to feeling rejuvenated after watching Mr Bean or some light-hearted movies. We may feel defeated by life’s struggles… however, watching a comedy so effortlessly lifts up our sagging spirits. There is some scientific truth in the much oft-used cliche, “Laughter is the best medicine”. Studies show that laughter triggers the release […]

Superbly Defined… With a Tinge of Laughter

May 6, 2018

Laughter is the best medicine. We all can recollect our childhood memories — we tend to laugh all the time. However, as we grew older, we became serious and laughter became inhibited. It was no longer as spontaneous as it used to be. It’s strange we’ve diminished our laughter when it should be the opposite […]