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When was the last time you laughed so hard that you ended up crying?

Asked by rockfan (9264points) July 12th, 2018 from iPhone

This happened to me yesterday. I was eating at a Chinese buffet by myself, drawing, and someone approached me to compliment my art, and we ended up talking about our favorite Rennassiance paintings. While our conversation was going on, someone at a different table had their texting sound as this: https://youtu.be/o-7Dk-tVfD0

The juxtaposition of talking about fine art and hearing that sound made me lose it, I don’t think I’ve ever laughed that hard. But this definitely qualifies as “you had to be there to find it funny.”

What about you?

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rojo's avatar

Heck, I can’t even remember the last time I laughed out loud.

But, then again, I am kinda reserved so vocalized laughter is not something I do often.

Patty_Melt's avatar

Wasn’t so long ago, watching Jumanji.
Jack Black pulling off being a high school Miss Thang was just too glorious to hold in the mirth.
In fact, I think I will load that sucker up again this evening.
Hang on to your lazyboys, it won’t be the fault line, it will just be me getting a gutful of happy out.

furious_rose's avatar

I was watching an ice skating show and someone was dressed up in a snowman costume, and they had to try to do a little jump, but they totally botched the landing. It took them so long to fall down because their costume was so bulky; they just kept tipping further and further backwards until they finally fell. And the face on the costume had this stupid happy grin on it, so it looked even funnier that this snowman was laying on his back on the ice with this smile on his face. Oh my God, I couldn’t even stand it.

Kardamom's avatar

I watch Trevor Noah on The Daily Show, so I laugh like that faily often.

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