Learning how, and when, and why to laugh can make us healthier and happier and completely prevent unwanted weight gain. Well, healthier and happier, anyway. Here’s how some of the world’s funniest people see things.
It’s tough not to be overstressed these days. With all the roles we play every day, it’s only logical that we’d feel overworked and overwhelmed most of the time. But have you ever considered the possibility that you like being stressed out?
You’ve probably already noticed that almost everything that is meant to be funny has the same basic premise: Things Go Wrong. Comedy comes from life not working out the way we want it to. I think that’s beautiful.
Fashions may have changed, but the pressure to look good hasn’t. Every day is a test of where you fit in, whether you wear a Goth ensemble or an orange mohair dickey. There’s just one constant: never let Dad cut your hair.
It all started with a pain in my backside, a pain that was caused by...are you ready for this?...sitting. Of all the injuries you can have, pulling a muscle in your butt from perching on a chair has to be one of the most humiliating.
“Summer vacation!” Are there any two words in the English language that bring more joy to children and inner children alike? Looking forward to long sunny days spent doing next to nothing is about as close to nirvana as life gets.
While guys are blowing things up and marveling at how much horsepower their new riding BBQ has, many women are turning down potato salad and popsicles because they have too many calories, and don’t even get us started on the trans fats!
If you haven’t been on a college campus lately, you might be surprised to learn the old rules have been replaced. Just to prevent embarrassment and confusion if you visit your children or grandchildren at college, let’s set the record straight.
I guess it’s a sure sign of getting older, but I just bought a “comfort bike.” It has a wide padded seat, handlebars that let me ride almost upright, and a chocolate dispenser on the handlebars. Okay, maybe not, but a girl can dream, can’t she?
I love watching ballroom dancing. The graceful movement, the teamwork between partners, the costumes that are so over-the-top. Ballroom dancing is art, really. But just as with art, the world is better off with me as a spectator than a participant.