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|There is, for instance, the so-called "nervous" laughter, In this case, a man who is |
confronted with a problem tries to scare off his worries by trying to laugh it off.
This is the ... Writer Max Beerbohm once pinpointed: "Nobody ever died of
|Beaumarchais, Pierre De Laughter is day, and sobriety is night; a smile is the |
twilight that hovers gently between both, more bewitching than either. - Beecher,
Henry Ward Nobody ever died of laughter. - Beerbohm, Sir Max Laughter -- An ...
|—JAMES BALL NAYLOR Nobody ever died of laughter. —MAX BEERBOHM I |
am always happy. I, who deserve the severest discipline, feel joys so
continualand so great that I canscarce contain them. —BROTHER LAWRENCE ...
|Laughter. “Nobody ever died of laughter.” Max Beerbohm. Iknew. I was growing |
in self-esteem and confidence when I was able to express the belly laugh that pro
- claims “I am glad to be alive!” Many religious people are too serious.
|Laughter Is the Best Medicine. Nobody ever died of laughter. —Max Beerbohm |
laughter can be equal to ten minutes on the rowing machine. Among its other
benefits, laughter has been shown to suppress appetite, eliminate boredom and
|Exit Laughing “Nobody ever died of laughter,” exclaimed Sir Max Beerbohm (|
1872–1956), a British caricaturist and wit. But Max was wrong. According to
historians, there are at least two cases of hilarity producing fatal results. These
two men ...
|Shaking Up Shakespeare "Nobody ever died of laughter," quipped Max |
Beerbohm. Nor will "Shakespeare" be killed by laughter. Over the centuries,
Shakespeare has had some horrible things done to his works by earnest
|Nobody ever died of laughter. BILLINGS, JOSH (United States, 1818-1885) |
Billings, whose real name was Henry Wheeler Shaw, called his sayings "
affurisms." As part of the plain, straight-talking persona he adopted, he took to
|In this town nobody ever dies.” The guy said, “You mean nobody ever dies in this |
town?” The real estate agent replied, “That's right, nobody ever dies.” He looks
out a window and saw a funeral procession come by. The guy said, “What is that?