| AshBash89 wrote:|
Omg I have the same problem. I have laughed at funerals and laughed when announcing that someone has died. I has to leave both of my great-grandmothers' funerals because I couldn't stop laughing.
Cs this and CR on the 1st pg w the classroom.
I could not stop laughing at my cousins funeral. Her piece of chit husband played pretty wings by maxwell during his speech. I had to cover my face with the obituary.
Last yr my history prof told us to each say our earliest memory of a historical event. Most people's occurred in the 80s or 90s...world trade 93, desert storm, hurricane Hugo, etc. This black dude, no older than 23 goes, "when JFK got assassinated".
. My prof asked if he was sure...he was like, "yeah, I just remember it being on tv and my mom told me what was going on but I didn't care.". He was dead serious and everyone tried to ignore it bc it was awkward!!! I could not stop laughing for so long.