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Yesterday while buying lunch I bumped into someone who I was banned from siting next to because we used to disrupt the class with hysterical laughter.

And despite not having seen each other in 15ish years we parted ways laughing again. Good times 馃檪

Redstar36-40, M
It's a weird world when laughing is considered to be something bad. Although I do understand that it might be distracting but what was going on? Was it anything that people really needed to have really good concentration?
Did you see the person again? I mean, if you can not see each other for 15 years and then just start laughing together again so easily, I think that's someone you should stay in touch with.
@Redstar Sadly she lives upcountry now. Her family left the area the same year she left school. But we recognised each other straight away. She looks happy and she鈥檚 got two gorgeous kids. I鈥檓 pleased for her.
Lovely post. Laughter! Yes, there are always some people who can bring us more easily to laughter. Me and my brother, the times we end up not able to even speak because we can't stop laughing. Afterwards, thinking back, we wonder what the joke was!

@TelegramSam in-humour that only you and the other person get that everyone else doesn鈥檛 is one of life鈥檚 little gems.
AndysAttic56-60, M
Brilliant, I have done the same...Silliness and daftness is a great cure for misery and depression and I will always be a firm advocate of it.
Lilliesandlight41-45, F
Aww, wish I could have that
Fertilization31-35, F
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LOL after collapsing in a booth in loud hysterics and laughter, were you asked to vacate the lunch venue by a manager without a sense of humor?馃槀
@SethGreene531 Pardon?

I can see history repeat itself (high school): a maitre d' separating you two for disturbing other guests with your riotous hilarity. 馃槀

Honestly. those are the best friends--and reunions. The times we've spent I'll remember to my dying days. Full of wit and joy; we were synced and finished each other's sentences.

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