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Posts Tagged ‘Laughter’

[1: 1,705 of 10,000] I Almost Die Today

In Journal on May 13, 2016 at 9:20 PM

I love eating and watching television and who knew it could actually kill you!


I was enjoying a mouthful of food and watching one of my ultimate favourite television series, Top Gear UK (with Jeremy, James, and Richard) from Netflix and a scene where James slipped from a wood plank in Bolivia just chocked me because I laughed so hard.

It was my first time to experience chocking and I really don’t know what to do except for the fact that I have to stop laughing and clear the air passage so I can breathe. If I was not able to recover I could have died on a Friday the 13th, how very mysterious, hilarious, and lame.

Lesson learned: Never eat while watching a funny show. 😛

I will still watch Top Gear until I finish all the shows that I have not seen. A little accident will not traumatise me. 😀

[1: 1,341 of 10,000] It Is Not So Hard To Find The Comedy

In Journal on August 16, 2014 at 8:00 PM

If your loved ones make a mistake, laugh it off, find the comedy.

Laugh It Out

I try to practise this now. I used to snap too easily, stressed out, and I find people to blame; but lately I just want to live a peaceful life so instead of making an issue and creating a bigger drama, I just let it go and find what’s funny from the situation.

Most of the time mistakes were really were accidents and they didn’t intentionally did it to hurt me. I love my loved ones so instead of getting irrationally mad, I just find the comedy and we share a laughter.


[1: 772 of 10,000] Ladies Beauty Trip

In Journal on September 21, 2012 at 6:40 PM

Today’s Agenda –

  1. Attempt to Swim and don’t look some kind of a lunatic in the water
  2. Because I am lazy, I’ll go sit in a Jacuzzi and try to relax
  3. Stay in a Sauna Room for 15 minutes, apply some beauty essentials and sweat like crazy
  4. Wash under my beloved Rain Shower
  5. Laugh my heart out even if there are strangers present
  6. Hydrate
  7. Sleep early even if at the back of my head I wanted to work

I did not die in a Sauna Room. There were parts where I was catching my breath but I survived and I am very happy. It was a good experience and I am so willing to do it again. If I’ll have daughters soon, I’ll introduce it to them. I feel so light, clean and pampered. Thank you Lord. 🙂