Seeking A Great Perhaps

collegehumor:

Colleges will always have freshmen, and freshmen will always find increasingly stupid ways to embarrass the rest of the campus. It’s the circle of collegiate life. As such, we’ve put together a series of predictions to help you better prepare yourself for this academic onslaught of inexperience.

Finish reading —> 8 Freshman Predictions We Really Hope Don’t Come True For You

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squadleaderhanjizoe:

*strums guitar* i feel excluded from everything but it’s mostly my fault because i distance myself because i think i’m annoying *strums guitar*

okay, very cool, thank you. and now that brings me to my next set of questions: what is laughter and why to we use it to express that we found something humorous? why is the physical reaction to finding something funny to make loud noises and shake our shoulders, ya know? because we do this from birth (well we have to let the muscles develop a little, but you know what I mean), so why is that our reaction? and also, how was you day? what did you do that excited you? love anon
Anonymous

I felt like I needed to do research before I could answer this. 

Laughter is the physiological respo­nse to humor. Laughter consists of two parts — a set of gestures and the production of a sound. When we laugh, thebrain pressures us to conduct both those activities simultaneously. When we laugh heartily, changes occur in many parts of the body, even the arm, leg and trunk muscles.”

Under certain conditions, our bodies perform what the Encyclopedia Britannica describes as “rhythmic, vocalized, expiratory and involuntary actions” — better known as laughter. Fifteen facial muscles contract and stimulation of the zygomatic major muscle (the main lifting mechanism of your upper lip) occurs. Meanwhile, the respiratory system is upset by theepiglottis half-closing the larynx, so that air intake occurs irregularly, making you gasp. In extreme circumstances, the tear ducts are activated, so that while the mouth is opening and closing and the struggle for oxygen intake continues, the face becomes moist and often red (or purple).”

The rest of the article is at: http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/laughter1.htm

If you wanted to read it! 

My day(s) have been pretty good! I’ve recently moved away for college so I’ve been able to have some new experiences! Call me nerdy, but I actually really enjoy class, so that would have to be something that excited me. I also went to my first college party, and that was, well, interesting. 

Love always.

bagmilk:

mom i can’t go to school today i’m ugly

cassywinchestertheangel:

This is the friendship I aspire to have