May 15, 2006 @ 9:13 am by sean
“The most extreme case of contagious laughter took place in Tanzania in 1962 when a group of schoolgirls got the giggles and the laughter spread to to surrounding areas, lasting for months.” How brilliant is that?! I wonder if that could happen in the States. That is from the 13 May 2006 New Scientist article on Gelatology. Here is apparently the funniest joke. I am not sure I agree for me, but their reasoning makes sense.
Surprisingly, smacking the mouse on the desk really hard when it is not working probably does not help. Who would have known?