Sunday, October 17, 2010
Opposites Attract for Outrageous Laughter
What makes you laugh? Who makes you laugh the hardest? What was the funniest episode in your life that you can remember? Do opposites really attract?
Laughter is one of those free and extremely contagious emotions that actually has so many mental and physical benefits. It can improve your mood, body, and life. It lifts the spirit within us and our projected outcome becomes more positive and clearer than ever before.
Have you ever noticed that some of the funniest movies, comedians, and situation comedies that make us laugh is when there is a contrast between the main characters?
The Odd Couple springs to mind, along with other splendid classics of Laurel & Hardy and Abbott & Costello. The modern day, popular movies have filled this wonderful niche with hilarious road and cop buddy movies.
Think about it for a minute. It has been said that “opposites attract” for relationships, but it also attracts us to laughter and a period of outrageous fun. We seem to seek out others that are different from us. It brings an interesting balance to any relationship. There’s nothing funnier than watching what two or more different characters are going to do when a silly situation bombards them. Laughs, giggles, and even a couple of quick snorts will soon emerge.
What happens with Babes in Bucksnort? This is a perfect example of what attracts people and situations together. You won’t soon forget this cast of town players that make even the simplest day-to-day activities sinfully silly.
There are plenty of Bucksnort “opposites” that attract all kinds of mischief and laughter with this zany second installment of The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude. Sister Mary Olga has her work cut out for her as she disperses wonderful nuggets of spiritual wisdom, while keeping the town “opposites” from bringing down Bucksnort into a mountain of silly shambles.
Author Davis Aujourd'hui
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