Friday, March 07, 2003

DO CATS LAUGH? HAHAHAHAHA HEHEHEHEHE HIHIHIHIHIHIHI hahahaha (closes the mouth and rolleyes) The first line is a loud laugh. More appropriate for the male species. The second line is a more suppressed expression of glee. The third line is to express subtlety. more of a woman's laugh. Witch that is....hihihihihi The fourth line is to impress refinement and good breeding for women laughing. The laughter shoud have a descending crescendo with a matching wave of the hand and eyebrow arching. lol - gobbledygook shorthand for laughing out loud commonly used for statements that are never even remotely humorous. rotfl - rolling on the floor laughing -used for statements that are even funnier than lol -that's what you think, humans. But what is really laugh for humans? Cats do not laugh, dogs do. As a delicate animal, cats merely purr. If you see a cat laughing, you are in trouble. According to Richard Provine, a professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and is completing a book entitled “Laughter”.... laughter is social and contagious. He further said that it occurs unconsciously. Humans do not decide when to laugh- meaning we don’t consciously produce laughter and that's why it is very hard to laugh on command or to fake laughter. The professor even dare anybody to ask a friend to laugh on the spot. (My human friend can, with matching slap on your shoulder and poke on your stomach). He further wrote: When we laugh, we alter our facial expressions and make sounds.(That must be the reason why us cats do not laugh. We do not want to alter our face. We communicate with our eyes) During exuberant laughter, the muscles of the arms, legs and trunk are involved. happened just before people laughed.( My human pet's friend stomps his feet, tears flowing and nose running..icky) As I have said, cats merely purr..... Quotation of the day- He who laughs - lasts. Harharharharhar meoww


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