Laughter is an antidote to many unpleasant things… May these photos help ease or cure whatever may be ailing you today.
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Thanks for spreading the smiles Russ – Glad you enjoyed them 😀
I did indeed, My Friend.
It made my day.Thanks for sharing.
Glad to hear it, Cecilia. Thank you for letting me know.
Thank you Russ these photos have indeed given me a much needed lift this morning. 🙂 xxx
Your comment brightened my day, Willow. I’m delighted to hear it.
Love those ! Thanks Russ!
The pleasure is mine, Ute. I ‘m glad you love ’em. There are some great ones among them.
On a day I did indeed need to smile. Thank you Russ! 🙂
Your comment brought a big smile to my face. Thank you, Colleen.
I join all the others in a good laugh. I can’t pick my favourite funnie, they all tickled.
We know laughter is good for us, now even science has found why.:)
I’m glad they tickled your funny bone, Mirja. Thank you for letting me know.
Made my evening, Russ, after reading heavy WWII stuff. And the handbag one was hilarious! I can see Tim Conway and Harvey Korman having one of their “cracking themselves up” routines doing a skit on this!
Thank you, Koji. Your last sentence cracked me up as a I remember how they’d get to laughing so hard they’d lose their breath, and just looking at each other trying to get a line out made them laugh even harder, so couldn’t say their lines for a long time. Or they’d ad-lib something hilarious. Then watching Carol trying to keep to the script and finally losing it herself. Just typing these words is bringing up great memories and making laugh out loud.