Friday, 28 March 2008

A Laugh A Minute

Well to cheer myself up again I listened to Brian Johnson and Aggers giggling. Giggling is contagious.

It was interesting that so many listeners rang in to the BBC today requesting to hear once again Charlotte Green unable to speak for giggling. We all want more laughter in our lives.

Then I've just found this website that has many radio sporting 'bloomers' to listen to - enjoy..

8 comments:

Maggie May said...

PS........ Sidmouth is one of my most favourite places!

Maggie May said...

I don't know what happened to my first comment. it hasn't appeared. I was saying that sometimes we do straggle 2 places that we think we love. I always used to think I belonged in the north, but now I realize after years of being here that this is where I belong & want to be.
The grass is always greener on the other side!

teeni said...

Oh, I love bloopers!!! And you are so right - we could all certainly use more laughter in our lives. :)

lady thinker said...

Maggie - Sidmouth is one of my favourite places too and I would love to settle in town there - or Budleigh. So what area of the world do you live in then maggie? I'll pop over to see if there is a hint on your blog.

Yes teeni - laughter is the best medicine of all.

Maggie May said...

In answer to the question you left on my blog! I want where I live to be anonymous as the nature of some of the stuff I write could cause some embarrassment if I was identified! Our family is a bit unique, so all I will say is that I live in a city somewhere south of Birmingham, which is within easy reach of the east, west & south coasts!
I have travelled many places, but just love Sidmouth & Lyme Regis more than any others!
I originated in Cheshire!

A Mother's Place is in the Wrong said...

Laughter is the best medicine for anything that ails you. And it's said that we laugh less as we grow older. Sad. M :(

merry weather said...

Just lovely :)

lady thinker said...

Well maggie that's plenty enough info as a guide, many thanks - I'm the same and talk about the area generally but rarely precisely where I live - I don't want to upset or frighten the locals!!

Hello mothers place... how sad we laugh less as we get older - I, my sister and a couple of really good long term friends are all fully paid up and committed gigglers. No sign of less laughter yet - I just don't get to see tham as often as I'd like. Even had a few times when my husband and I have had a fit of the giggles - but that's another tale - I wont go into the details!
;-)

Hi there Merryw - nice to see you're still around. x