Work, work, work. It has always been about work. Then the next thing you know, you are on your way home, counting bumpers as you are stuck in the jam. This is the routine EVERYDAY, except for the weekends and the once awhile holidays, right? It is always good to give yourself a break, so let’s take a breather and laugh some more!
There is one thing about animal comics. They talk and you laugh.
On a crowded bus, one man noticed that another man had his eyes closed.
“What’s the matter? Are you sick?” he asked.
“No, I’m okay. It’s just that I hate to see old ladies standing.”
A snail walks into a bar and the barman tells him there’s a strict policy about having snails in the bar and so kicks him out. A year later the same snail re-enters the bar and asks the barman “What did you do that for?”
Poor kitty. That’s one trauma that will never heal.
One day school
Mother: “Did you enjoy your first day at school?”
Girl: “First day? Do you mean I have to go back tomorrow?
A teenage girl had been talking on the phone for about half an hour, and then she hung up.
“Wow!,” said her father, “That was short. You usually talk for two hours. What happened?”
“Wrong number,” replied the girl.
A: Why are you crying?
B: The elephant is dead.
A: Was he your pet?
B: No, but I’m the one who must dig his grave.
I always like Rubes comics, they are sarcastically funny.
Extra notes: Do you know that laughing and smiling releases natural “drug”?
“Laughter reduces the level of stress hormones like cortisol, epinephrine (adrenaline), dopamine and growth hormone. It also increases the level of health-enhancing hormones like endorphins, and neurotransmitters.
Laughter increases the number of antibody-producing cells and enhances the effectiveness of T cells. All this means a stronger immune system, as well as fewer physical effects of stress.”
Excerpt from The Benefit of Laughter.