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The journey of a thousand laughs begins with one chuckle.
Rules for reading this article:
Rule One – Do not attempt to read it in the dark. It’s not good for your eyes and I can’t believe I even have to give you this rule!
Rule Two – You must smile within reading every five lines or stop reading and return to the article later. Not smiling is a sign you’re too tired to read and will not get as much out of the reading as when you are more alert; the only exception to this rule is if you can’t sleep and are trying to put yourself to sleep, in which case you should go directly to the most boring parts in this article. No one really knows where they are though.
Rule Three – Don’t take notes—this is not a test. Feel free to mark it up though. Underline clever phrases and parts that give you clairvoyant insights.
Rule Four –There are no rules. Whoever heard of laying out rules for properly reading an article anyway?
First, we need to talk, so please sit down and relax. Get comfortable; put that velvet Elvis pillow behind your head.
Laugh when you think something you’re reading is funny. If you happen to be on a plane right now next to someone, just laugh out loud and say something like: “Wow, this is great!”
Let’s get one thing straight before we get any further. This may be a highly humorous article written by a certified, authentically highly humorous person, but that does not mean that it is frivolous, or without important content.
This is a ‘fun’ article full of substance and with an underlying serious message:
HUMOUR CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE FOR THE BETTER. HUMOUR CAN GET YOU THROUGH THE MOST CATASTROPHIC EVENTS OF YOUR LIFE. A HIGHLY HUMOROUS PERSON IS THE MOST RESILIENT PERSON ON THE PLANET.
So what is humour? Every thing ever written on this subject struggles to resolutely define what it is. I would like to say this article is an exception. I would like to say it, but it is a matter of fact that the definition depends on so many mitigating factors that there is no one proper definition that will please everyone. So if this one doesn’t please you, I’m sorry, but you’ll just have to live with it. Since we all perceive humour through our own senses, which clearly only belong to us, then it is fair to say there are billions of definitions of humour.
To read the complete article and learn how to develop a spirit of humour