A Funniption of the Theory of Laughter

In our increasingly “go green” society, it’s hard to avoid the use of “funny” and “clever” in everyday conversation. The reason for this is that a funny line or phrase can bring a laugh and lighten up a tough situation. When used in the right situation, a clever comment can lead to a sincere understanding. But unfortunately, many people use these words incorrectly–they say something that’s offensive or meaningless when they actually mean something positive.


Synonyms: humorous, funny, silly, off-color, odd, out of the normal, unexpected, outrageous, wit. A prime example of a common synonym is “nut” (a small nut that pops up in otherwise normal or “carefree” situations); another is “cunt,” an archaic past tense form of the verb “to crack.” A perfectly appropriate humorous quotation could be “The new definition of the word ‘nuts’ is: any cheap, insignificant, but entertainingly odd bit of advice which, though not intended to make anybody laugh, nevertheless gets repeated without correction.” Another well-known funny quote is “You can drive yourself crazy trying to find a good joke, but there are so many good jokes in the dictionary that you’ll never be able to make any new ones”.

Even if you’re trying to think of a witty reply to a funny situation, it’s best to come up with your own original idea, rather than copying someone else’s joke. People have funny thoughts all the time; when you’re in company with someone else, let them enjoy those thoughts and have them make a mental note of them. Once you’ve found a really good one, pass it along with a smile. Everyone loves a good joke, and even if you can’t bring up a witty response to a situation, sharing a comical idea with someone else is itself an act of laughter. You may not realize how much you’re enjoying it until the next morning, when you’re surprised by how funny you found the suggestion.

There are lots of real-life examples of funny things said by people. People have long known that a wise man can think something funny when the circumstances are right. For example, one popular saying is “If you want something done right, do it yourself”. On the other hand, “Do what you hate to do” would be an appropriate response to an idiotic act done by another person. The first example points to the ability of the human mind to move beyond the expected and find a reaction that makes the rest of the world laugh.

The second theory of the relation between humor and behavior explains why some people are just naturally funny and others are not. Physiology has a part in this process. People with large cheekbones and a wide, flat mouth tend to have more difficulty making and enjoying humor. Other characteristics that can affect the ability to see and appreciate humor include the shape of the face, the proximity to the eyes, the proximity to the mouth, and the proximity to the nose, all of which affect the perception of humor and thus the ability to create and enjoy it.

Overall, this is a fun theory that helps explain someone’s enjoyment of being funny. It also explains why some people are just naturally funny and why other people struggle mightily to find and attempt to share humor. We should all remember that humor is often contagious and that sharing a funny moment with a friend or family member can brighten everyone’s day!

6 Feet Apart: Traveling and the Importance of Wearing Clothes That Aren’t Acid Based

Traveling is the general movement of individuals between various geographic locations. Travel can be undertaken by foot, car, bicycle, plane, train, bus, boat, bicycle, horseback or other mode, with or without additional luggage, and is one way or round trip traveling. Most modern vehicles are capable of both traveling within the country and traveling a long distance in another country. A variety of different modes of transportation exist for traveling long distances in the United States, Canada and Europe.


People often underestimate the variety of possible situations that they might experience while traveling, so it is important to be prepared for whatever might happen. If you or someone you know has been sick or has become ill and unable to travel, you should seriously consider getting tested with a viral hepatitis vaccination. Hepatitis is highly contagious and could easily lead to serious complications if traveling is not carefully planned and monitored.

As a pregnant woman traveling to Latin America, you would need to get vaccinated and monitor your condition closely. There are several travel advisories that are specific to Latin American countries and each carries their own set of travel restrictions. Some of these guidelines include not traveling alone and avoiding areas of high risk for disease. Women who are pregnant may experience miscarriage if traveling during their first trimester. If you have an infant or young children with special needs, it is also very important to consider getting tested for Hepatitis C. If you already have the virus, it is important to monitor your health regularly.

A traveler may become sick from a common illness or virus that was not detected before traveling. A medical exam will help determine if you have an illness that is relevant to traveling. It can also provide information about common symptoms, ways to prevent contamination and infectious diseases. Being prepared with an illness is much better than being unprepared.

When traveling, it is very important to follow precautions. One of the best ways to prevent catching a disease or catching the wrong virus is to use public transportation. Car pool if possible to avoid catching anything. If you do choose to ride in a car, it is important to get familiar with the area and be alert for symptoms of various diseases. Always wash your hands often especially after using the restroom and don’t share drinks or eat from public transportation. The most common place to pick up the infection is in the mouth so be aware of this and take care of it when traveling using public transportation.

If you decide to use an airplane for traveling, you may need to have an object tested for radiation. The object must be packed in a baggie and checked in before traveling. If you have a small watch on your wrist you should not put it on your lap as this could increase the risk for cancer. If your watch is a metal watch you should put it on your arm where you can’t rub it against your body. If you have a thick article of clothing, such as a terry cloth shirt or leather jacket, it is advisable that you don’t put the object on your lap because it will increase your risk for radiation poisoning.