Thursday, July 27, 2017


Doris Lessing:

Laughter is by definition healthy.

Francoise Sagan:

There can never be enough said of the virtues, the dangers, the power of a shared laugh.

Jessamyn West:

A good time for laughing is when you can.

Mary Pettibone Poole:

He who laughs, lasts!

Eva Hoffman:

Laughter is the lightning rod of play, the eroticism of conversation.

Agnes Repplier:

Laughter springs from the lawless part of our nature.

Caroline Llewellyn:

It’s possible to forgive someone a great deal if he makes you laugh.

Marlene Dietrich:

There comes a time when suddenly you realize that laughter is something you remember and that you were the one laughing.

Kate O’brien:

A laugh is a terrible weapon.

Kate Millet:

Hostility is expressed in a number of ways. One is laughter.

Agnes Repplier:

There is always a secret irritation about a laugh into which we cannot join.

Katherine Paterson:

It was the kind of laughter that caught like briars in her chest and felt very much like pain.

Elizabeth Hardwick:

The laughter of adults was always very different from the laughter of children. The former indicated a recognition of the familiar, but in children it came from the shock of the new.

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu:

I have often observ’d the loudest Laughers to be the dullest Fellows in the Company.

Rosario Castellanos:

We have to laugh. Because laughter, we already know, is the first evidence of freedom.

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