“Rice water” Besintu chapter 1 episode 13

That joke made you laugh because three things happened in your brain in a split second. You saw an oddity right away: You thought of my grandfather as blissfully dozing off in bed, but you soon discovered he was actually operating a bus. Second, you explained the contradiction: My grandfather was dozing off behind the wheel. Third, you realized I wasn’t being serious and experienced amusement thanks to the parahippocampal gyrus region of your brain. And it all brought you a little bit of happiness. I understand that you’re probably no longer laughing after that analysis. According to author E. B. White, “Humor can be dissected, as a frog can, but the thing dies in the process and the contents are discouraging to everyone except the pure scientific mind.” All right. But finding laughter in life—even in the most dire circumstances—can be the key to keeping us from losing hope. Humor is a serious business for happiness. According to research, a sense of humor is made up of six fundamental components: the cognitive capacity to make or comprehend jokes; the appreciation and enjoyment of jokes; the patterns of joking and laughing; the cheery or humorous temperament; the bemused attitude toward life; and the tactic of using humor to get through difficult situations. So, having a sense of humor can refer to both being funny and appreciating comedy.

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