Who Doesn't Love to Laugh?

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Who Doesn't Love to Laugh?
Saying you love to laugh is like saying you love food and oxygen.

I LOVE TO LAUGH—just stop.

Laughing signifies an inner quality of happiness that outwardly expresses in a (mostly) involuntarily sound that comes out of your mouth. Laughing and being present in the moment like a child should be simple, but as adults we forget how to do this because we tend to worry about EVERYTHING. When you laugh, endorphins are released that make you completely engaged in the moment. We ALL want this.

EVERYONE loves to laugh. Proclaiming you love to laugh is like saying, "I love food and oxygen."—It's obvious. Yet you see "I love to laugh" on so many online dating profiles. Maybe it would make more sense to put what you love to laugh at or who makes you laugh, but saying you love to laugh doesn't make any sense. 

Here's an actual online dating profile:

“Hi, my name is Steve and I’m told I have really good energy, but what I love the most in life is laughing. Love it more than smiling. I love to laugh! If I could get paid to laugh then I would put in overtime at my job. That would be a sweet career: laughing all day. I wouldn’t even take breaks. If I had to take a 15 minute break, I would just keep laughing! Vacation? Who needs that. I’ll just laugh until retirement. They should call me the hyena.
Even right now I’m laughing. I don’t even know why cause I’m alone in my apartment. I can’t help myself. Listen, I was at a funeral last week and just laughed and laughed. I didn’t really know the guy in the casket. He was wearing a funny suit, so I laughed my ass off! Everyone around me stared at me cause I was laughing, and that made me laugh more. LOL! They asked me to leave. I get kicked out of the funeral – I laughed all the way out the door. I should call myself the hyena. Oh I already said that! I am killing me. LOL!  If laughter is the best medicine I hope I get cancer cause I will laugh my way into remission. 

Who doesn't love to laugh? I want to read a profile from someone who loves to cry:

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