Moments when your moral barometer goes haywire

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  1. BubbaGump Bland User

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    Do you laugh at times when you're supposed to feel sad or cry?

    Moments when you KNOW you're supposed to feel sympathy, but break into fits of uncontrollable laughter instead?
     
  2. ShadowBoxing Registered

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    I laugh when I'm scared or disgusted by something. Defense mechanism.
     
  3. Obi-Ron Deal with it

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  4. BubbaGump Bland User

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    I forgot what that was called. :huh:
     
  5. dr venture Registered

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    People falling is hilarious...................as long as their not seriously hurt
     
  6. Lord Valumart Hype's Dr - It's Canon

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    what the hell is a moral barometer:huh:
     
  7. turtlefocker Registered

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    Everyone deals with situations differently, if someone dies and you feel like smiling don't feel sick it's just you're way of dealing with it...
     
  8. Victarion Iron Captain

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    The other night I watched Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds. You know that part where the guy's pumping gas and a bird blindsides him and he drops the pump, leaking gas. I chuckled. :o

    Then it got to the part where the guy standing in the gasoline lights his cigar. I was howling at that point. Hell, I LOL'D through the whole darn movie. :csad:

    ---Morzan
     
  9. Kritish Registered

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    I laugh at things I'm not supposed to all the time.
     
  10. Prison Mike Don't drop the soap!

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    I laugh at my mom praying.
     
  11. Kelly #RESIST

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    When people fall, my first instinct is to laugh, but it doesn't last long.......then I'm worried if they are hurt. BUT the first thought is to laugh.
     
  12. Metamorpho1977 You jack wagon!

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    I sell cars for a living, I threw my moral barometer out the window a long time ago. I had too, because I used to have a hard time selling someone a Chevy Cobalt for 650 dollars a month.
     
  13. The Original Bamfer Big, Bald and Beautiful

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    Repressing Emotions. :up:


    I was physically beaten when I laughed hysterically at Charlotte's death. Poor Wilbur.
     
  14. deathshead2 Registered

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    I remember cracking jokes about 9/11.
    I was pretty scared by it, and needed to way to calm myself down.
     
  15. Metamorpho1977 You jack wagon!

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    I laughed at the Exorcist when that girl was walking down the stairs upside down, that was hilarious.

    America's Funniest Videos has pretty much shut down the "moral barometer" of the whole country.
     
  16. Metamorpho1977 You jack wagon!

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    If it weren't for AFV, I probably would feel bad for people falling.
     
  17. Kritish Registered

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    Been there

    Done that.
     
  18. AndThePickles Kiss the girl

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    I laugh when I'm really nervous.
     
  19. Abaddon Watching

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    when I was in the 6th grade this girl used to be really *****y to me for no reason, and I knew the girl's mother had passed away, and I thought about saying her mother probably killed herself because of her.:mad::(
     
  20. Kritish Registered

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    You should have told her that. :o
     
  21. Abaddon Watching

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    I soooooo would've gotten in trouble.:o
     
  22. The Original Bamfer Big, Bald and Beautiful

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    This totally invalidates all of your criticisms. :down
     
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    So? Some of the best things in life will get you in trouble.

    I should have became a mentor for kids. :o
     
  25. Savage Earth Rocker

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    Oh definately. Mine is thrown out the window. For one thing I find ******ed people hilarious despite knowing just how wrong it is to feel so. I've tried putting myself in their shoes, I've tried thinking about what if my kid turned out ******ed, but once they start talking it brings tears to my eyes just trying not to chuckle.

    That's just one of the tamer examples.
     

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