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Humour is an important part of our everyday life. Many of us have read that a few of the benefits of humour are reduced stress, lower blood pressure and some relief of pain.
Humour is one of life’s necessities.
Today, for your helpful dose of humour, I bring you a TED talk by writer and comedian James Veitch. I had originally read a version of his talk sent to me as a joke in an email. It involved someone responding to one of their spam emails. I read it and laughed and moved on because I thought it was a funny joke but only a joke someone had made up.
It turns out it was more than an joke. He did a blog and a book about the different spam emails he received and responded to. You can read a few of the exchanges in articles from TimeOut London and The Daily Mail if you’d like a taste of what you’ll be hearing in the TED video. Click here to go to the TED page to read the transcript.
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Do you get the feeling that Cupid hasn’t been putting much of an effort into things for you?
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Perhaps, years ago, some little hussy stole the boy of your dreams from right under your nose.
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All I’m saying is that, for various reasons, Valentine’s Day may not be at the top of the list of your favourite, over-commercialized holidays.
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But, fear not, for the real Valentine’s holiday will soon be here.
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So, for the people who don’t like the hype, the expectations, the stresses and the expenses that is now a very commerce-driven holiday, these pictures are for you.
Happy Anti-Valentine’s Day!