Do you laugh at yourself sometimes?
May 14, 2009 12:00am CST
I have done some really whack stuff which caused me to laugh at myself sometimes. Some things were really done out of innocence but turned out real funny. I have no problem laughing at myself. I think it acts as medicine for the soul when we are able to truly laugh at ourselves. I am sometimes uncomfortable when I am the center of a joke such as times when I am hanging with friends or my siblings. Do you laugh at yourself sometimes or are you easily offended when you are the centre of a joke? As a matter-of-fact... Do you laugh easily or are you grumpy most times?
3 Jun 09
I am very extrovert and I like to joke with everyone either in the office, at home or amoung friends. Usually before the joke ends I might be laughing loudly and one day even after the friend narrated his joke I was laughing because I did not understand and when I said him and the others this they were all laughing at me. At home when I am alone I might be laughing at things which were funny at work or with friends. One ay I was looking at the mirror and applying my eye lashes, i moves a bit and all my left eye was black with it. I was angry at myself but when I look at the mirror I started laughing at myself loudly. I laugh easily with simple things around me. And besides to laugh is always goo for health.
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14 May 09
I laugh at myself a lot, I hang out with a lot of people that love to joke around.. cuz that's what I love. So I have to be ready to get burned and be able to laugh about it. Laughing is the best part of life for me, I don't ever want to have a day where I don't laugh.
14 May 09
At times, I also find laughing at myself especially if I did something very embarrasing. I guess it is somehow a way of reminding myself to be humble. I am not perfect, I can commit a mistake and I can just laugh it out then prepare myself for another chance to improve myself. You are right, Laughter is really a medicine for the soul, it is a chance to take a break with a very serious life that we have.