Go ahead, just laugh.
It is good for you, from the proclamations of the followers of laughing yoga to the smiles on the faces of patients visited by clowns or dogs at the hospital, laughter seems to add a great deal to peoples lives.
I, like so many others, love to laugh. I even took a comedy writing class years ago and it was the best thing that I could have done to help me to improve my public speaking abilities.
As the New Year is on us, just a little advice to all of you. Laugh. Make time to laugh. Find things that are humorous to you and read them or watch them or remember them. It does not matter what it is - just laugh.
I think that Caddyshack is hysterical, and though I have seen it countless times, I still laugh wne I watch it. Or, the other day I was watching a commercial and there was a shot clip of Charlie Chaplin putting forks into rolls and pretending to dance with them as his feet – probably one of the earliest recorded funny moments in film that brought a smile to my face.