I thought that after such an emotional and serious post, I'd change things up a bit and keep this post on the light side.
Yesterday I did some repeat 400's on the treadmill (and felt GREAT) and then finished off my workout with some yoga. I got to thinking about how funny it is to me (yes, even though I'm a grown woman) when people let a fart slip in yoga class. It's quiet, people are relaxed, the music is low, the instructor asks us to do some complicated stretch or downward facing dog and then there it is...someone slips. And of course, I always want to laugh. I do laugh but I keep it under wraps. I think most people who have done yoga for a considerable amount of time, have experienced the surprise yoga fart. Or maybe not. But it really is funny. I'm just glad it hasn't happened to me yet.
So, that got me thinking about making a list of things that make people laugh that really shouldn't be laughed out loud at (but we do anyway and try to control our guffaws). I came up with only a few but I'd love you to help me with this list.
1. Surprise Farts in Yoga class
2. Surprise Farts in general really but they are especially funny when they are not supposed to be let go. Like Teacher Fart Stories (oh, this is an entirely separate blog) and how I covered them up.
3. Seeing people fall (even if they hurt themselves). Like the time I saw a guy on a bike slam into a car. I wrote about that one in this blog : Big Kid Falling Down
4. Seeing my 16 month old get really really mad when he wants something but can't use his words. His face gets red and he puts his hands in the air and brings them down in a bicep flex. Yes, that really isn't behavior you want to encourage but it is kind of funny.
I'll keep adding to this list (and no, they won't all have to do with passing gas) but What are things that you find yourself laughing at even though you probably shouldn't? I could really use some laughs right now so please share!