Children laugh easily and often, but adults may forget to make room for laughter in their daily lives. If you can, incorporate laughter into your daily routine by finding what makes you laugh. Remember that you’re more likely to laugh in the company of others, so try to find the humor in life when you’re spending time with friends, family, and co-workers.
Some experts even recommend everyone get 15 to 20 minutes of laughter a day, much like you should exercise regularly and eat your vegetables.
This is not for entertainment or amusement. These are powerful cardiovascular exercises that provide proven physiological benefits.
—from a Madan Kataria video
This New Yorker article on Laugther Yoga shows you how you can feel superior to people who laugh, so you don’t have to endure the indignity of actually laughing yourself.
Laugh, damn it!