Laughter

Frequent and loud laughter is the characteristic of folly and ill manners.
– Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield

Kenny often said to me, “Don’t laugh so loud. Good girls don’t laugh loud.”
and then he would chuckle to himself…

Philip Stanhope died in 1773…was Kenny a reincarnation of Philip Stanhope??!?

Many have commented on my laugh. Recognizable even in noisy restaurants and bars…

Had a great laugh today watching more of Tim Minchin

Not sure how humour works…some may not find this amusing at all…
To those who are confused, if you can watch the video to the end (13 minutes in total), you just might find yourself laughing…or perhaps chuckling a little…

Grateful today for
my introduction to Tim Minchin by the country mice,
and for laughter – hearty and happy laughs, not the evil sinister kinds…

One thought on “Laughter

Leave a Reply