Try Not To Laugh

The challenge is not even to break a smile during this 4 minute video which consists only of people laughing.  Sounds easy enough, right?  I made it maybe a minute and a half.   I admit to being a little creeped out by the mind’s desire to mirror others and, for example, laugh just because they’re laughing.  But, on the other hand, that same trait which feels like a natural tendency for irrational conformism is also the basis for all positive constructive community.  So, I guess it’s on net, not such a bad thing.  And really, it was the silliness of a couple people’s laughs that made me laugh, not just the fact of others laughing, so there.

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