renaeden wrote:You could tell her, "Silence is golden, duct tape is silver."
I wonder if she would get it?
Blandit wrote: It's a Teee-heee-teee-heee laugh and I prefer a ha-ha laugh anyday! Because I dislike the eeee sound. (that's why I didn't name my kids Jimmy, Tommy, Nicky, Susie, Christy, Shelly, Terry, Amy, etc.) (I know it's stupid but cannot be helped!)
Blandit wrote:On a cautionary note: I have a friend who has Asperger's (official) and she laughs alot. She says that she has always done this and cannot stop. She doesn't know why but suspects its a way to deal with overstimulation because she does it more when there is stress. She also admits to laughing at innapropriate situations, like funerals, weddings, sermons, prayer, when her husband is trying to have a serious talk with her........etc.
Aspen wrote:I sometimes laugh in inappropriate situations. Something absurd about the situation will stike me as funny and I have trouble controlling it. Sometimes it is a sad situation where you either have to laugh or cry and I prefer to laugh, if I can. I hate to cry.
odeon wrote:Aspen wrote:I sometimes laugh in inappropriate situations. Something absurd about the situation will stike me as funny and I have trouble controlling it. Sometimes it is a sad situation where you either have to laugh or cry and I prefer to laugh, if I can. I hate to cry.
I do that a lot, and have gotten into trouble more than once because of it. My wife tolerates it but I guess she's tired of it, too.
I do a lot of puns and word plays, too, often in inappropriate situations...
goddessoflubbock wrote:"isn't it amazing how they all die in alphabetical order"
Aspen wrote:My friend told me that she had accidentally wet her pants slightly because she had a bladder infection and she had to go back to her hotel to get new panties. She decided to get a spare pair, but she did not have room in her tiny purse for them, so she gave them to her mother-in-law to keep for her. She said that they were green with tiny white daisies. She saw though the rear-view mirror, her mother-in-law using them to clean her eyeglasses and that mental image was too much for me. I burst out laughing and I think I upset her.
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