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To further tone down the scare effect, the company plans to include the phrase 'Sure, I can laugh' before Alexa starts laughing.
While laughing certainly can't take the place of a good diet, regular exercise and taking your medications, it may complement those steps and put a smile on your face in the process.
I like, many others was used to laughing because of something I'd seen like a television show like Friends where characters like Joey, Chandler, Rachel and Ross amused you with both witty dialogue and action.
Researchers knew that chimps and other apes produce their own brand of laughing when playing or being tickled.
Concerning the development of Laughing Planet's Board of Directors, Spielvogel had much to say.
people coming and laughing outside your house," said Justice Bobde.
Then we stretched way up and folded down like a waterfall, laughing all the way Barbara suggested a way to laugh and encouraged us to move around the circle, making eye contact, doing our laugh.
Once relaxed, start to think about what used to make you laugh when you were young--those little things that got you laughing so hard you couldn't catch your breath.
I don't think it would be such a bad thing if everyone could die laughing.
There was a forest of sounds, women laughing like birds in trees; the smell of hairspray was thick and overpowering, a swamp.
And if you can't always hear its, er, music, that's probably because the people surrounding you are laughing so loudly.
School girls were braiding each other's hair and laughing.