The Scare of Giggle Monsters

From a special report about giggling girls,
written by an adult man.
😉

From http://jdstonetalks.wordpress.com

“It starts innocently enough: a chortle here, a guffaw there. We’ve all had a chuckle or two in our lives, resulting from biological and social pressures that most of us outgrow, or at least learn to suppress. However, an increasing number of adults are coming forward to express their concerns about a dangerous trend that appears to be infiltrating the lives of teenage girls across the nation—fits of giggles that, in the eyes of this reporter, are no laughing matter.

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From http://knowyourmeme.com

I wouldn’t have believed it if I hadn’t seen it with my own eyes just last week at the movies. A pack of teenage girls sat behind me, remaining quiet through the previews and the first four or five minutes of the film—until someone on screen told a joke, and they broke out in laughter. Laughter! At a film! I was appalled, so I gave them a look, but they continued to laugh at every joke in the film. It was like they thought they had the right to have fun. In public!


From http://www.liesyoungwomenbelieve.com

Apparently, the movies aren’t the only place where teenage girls have been laughing up a storm. The giggle fits have infiltrated our malls, our restaurants, our amusement parks, and even our schools, where they’re hidden from teachers on their cell phones through the usage of clever, adult-proof textual codes like “LOL” (an acronym that means “laughing out loud”).


From http://www.travelingschool.com/

Teenage girls are laughing with alarming frequency, and experts aren’t quite sure how to pinpoint the cause—or the cure for—their happiness.

From No Laughing Matter: What is happening to our teenage girls

Are you scared of giggle monsters?

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THE END

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17 thoughts on “The Scare of Giggle Monsters

  1. Thanks for the laughs 🙂 I enjoyed this silly post

  2. Hey, it’s not just young girls, even oldies like me can have a fit of the giggles, ha ha. It does us the world of good. Ken Dodd was the master of making me giggle but your post gave me a fit of them too, so I’m reblogging.

  3. Reblogged this on New Author -Carole Parkes and commented:
    Hey, it’s not just young girls, even oldies like me can have a fit of the giggles, ha ha. It does us the world of good. Ken Dodd was the master of making me giggle but your post gave me a fit of them too, so I’m reblogging.

  4. Thanks for the laugh. I’m not scared of them. I love their exuberance!

  5. Nishi says:

    One word FUNNY! Loved this post!

  6. sheketechad says:

    LOL! One of my best memories with my three daughters was a giggle maelstrom we worked up in a Steak N Shake one night. We shook the attached couple in the next seat, and couldn’t stop to save ourselves 🙂

    Even though they are all adults now, with children of their own, they’ll often throw out the line that started it all…and we do it all over again! Thanks, this made my night!

  7. Indira says:

    Nice post, loved it.

  8. Ronnie says:

    😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

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