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    Sometimes being silly means thinking something in your head, then trying to say the joke aloud but laughing too hard to do so.

    Which is funny itself. And everyone else will start laughing because it's amusing.

    ...Or look at you like an idiot. But on the bright side--you're adding years to your life laughing like that.
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    I have a very *very* silly switch if you happen to feed me liquefied cane sugar, or pure sugar cane juice. I've noticed high fructose corn syrup does not have quite the same effect. Some alcohols also have this effect.
    Said effect:
    Giggling for extended periods of time followed by reverting into a hyperactive seven year-old(who thinks we should all go out and play in the park), followed by inside jokes, more giggling, a few bouts of out and out laughing, and very fast talking about nonsense. Possibly more giggling after that.
    If you get me on the right day, when the moon is blue and the stars are clear you may also encounter my normal sobriety and melancholy slipping away to reveal silliness.
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    Love my silly switch, and right Biaxident if they don't get it tough booty xD.

    One time when I was 12ish I laughed at a silly sounding word for 20 minutes straight, honestly I was tired and had too much candy *hershey kisses* haha. Got to love that unexpected giggle fit xD.

    Long story short I was watching AFV. I went to the bathroom then as soon as I shut the door I started cracking up. I had to stand by the sink for 10 minutes just to calm back down. AFV is too funny sometimes *sighs blissfully*.
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    Sometimes I burst out laughing (genuinely) at the littlest things, or even when I suddenly remember something. Other times, I act silly to hide from the truth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    Three Steps to Silliness.

    #1. Reach around behind yourself, firmly grasp stick lodged in rectum.

    #2. Pull stick to remove. Warning! Do not twist, you will leave splinters.

    #3. Avoid all situations where wooden objects have the propensity to hurl themselves toward your rectum at high speed.


    Now. Get out there and be silly.

    Remember. You don't have to stop being silly just because they don't have a sense of humor, or have the intelligence of a mushroom.
    lol +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by briochick View Post
    I have a very *very* silly switch if you happen to feed me liquefied cane sugar, or pure sugar cane juice. I've noticed high fructose corn syrup does not have quite the same effect. Some alcohols also have this effect.
    Said effect:
    Giggling for extended periods of time followed by reverting into a hyperactive seven year-old(who thinks we should all go out and play in the park), followed by inside jokes, more giggling, a few bouts of out and out laughing, and very fast talking about nonsense. Possibly more giggling after that.
    If you get me on the right day, when the moon is blue and the stars are clear you may also encounter my normal sobriety and melancholy slipping away to reveal silliness.
    *Helps Briochick chug a gallon of sugar cane juice*

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    infp's and enfp's are the silliest. i had serious problems with laughing when a teacher was telling me off. occasionally I still laugh when it's really not appropriate......but i think most people do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    *Helps Briochick chug a gallon of sugar cane juice*
    CHUG CHUG CHUG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    CHUG CHUG CHUG.
    Exactly.

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