I don't know if others have the same problem, and I know maybe I should be grateful it's laughter and not crying, but I just seem to laugh at stuff so easily, and once I start laughing, I can't control myself.
The other day at a party, some friends were making funny comments and I was actually in tears of laughter, and some people were looking at me like I was crazy. Sometimes I will laugh in appropriate situations, or I will think of something funny that's happened in the past and I will start laughing.
I'm also really ticklish; there have been times when i'm having sex and if I am touched in a ticklish place, i'll start laughing and then that'll be it.
I just seem to laugh my head off at things and can't control it, and I also find myself sometimes nervously laughing if I don't know how to respond to a situation. It's just embarrassing and inappropriate in some situations, and i'd love to know if there is a way to control it, or if anybody else is the same?
I have the same problem and it mainly happens at work. I'll be serving a customer at the till and something will make me laugh so hard that I can't even hand them the receipt, and the customer thinks I'm laughing at them. One way I find helps stop it is to hold your breath (lol) and count to 10 in your head whilst multitasking with whatever you're trying to do.
Good luck :L
I bite my cheeks as hard as possible when I don't want to laugh, suprisingly it doesn't hurt much and usually works. Though there is the problem if you are laughing so hard you can't even think of doing it.
Think about something serious.
Such as someones death.
If that doesn't shut you up, you are surely evil.
think about getting raped by the spotty pus guy in harold and kumar
Oh ****, yes. I got into so much **** today with the deputy head for laughing when a teacher got knocked down and got injured. Then i had to go to some isolation room, and when i went to the deputy head to ask her if i could go back to class, she started talking about how i should control my laughter and it's not polite to laugh at these situations. In that exact moment, when she wasn't saying that I shouldn't laugh, guess what? I started laughing again, and now she thinks i have mental issues and wants to get me a therapist.