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Psycho Cat Hears Voices

Psycho Cat Hears Voices

I’m an introvert at heart and a Libra by nature. The two can be very conflicting and sometimes I can come across as bipolar. When I’m feeling introverted I’m shy quiet and reserved, please don’t talk to me because I don’t want to talk to you. When I’m feeling like a Libra I am the life of the party holding 3 conversations at once and making oogly-eyes at the entire room. I’m also a little nutty, or quirky, as I prefer to say. So I’ve come up with ways to either encourage or discourage people as they’re approaching me depending on the mood of the hour. The following ideas are my ways of A) scaring people away when I don’t want to talk OR B) keeping people entertained when they’re really drunk.

Perfect Manic Laugh at the End

Manic Laugh

This one is my personal favorite. The more you practice it the better you will get at it. Depending on the pitch and length it can cause many reactions. The manic laugh works to scare off people you don’t want to talk to, to encourage loud drunks, or to make the kids think you’re having a great time without them. It’s best done with your mouth open as wide as possible and your head thrown back for better projection. To look extra crazy you can laugh abruptly at an inappropriate time and then stop as abruptly, pretending like it never happened.

(As a side note: this manic laugh will also put you in a better mood if you do it for your own benefit. Just keep doing it and trying to sound as goofy as possible. If that doesn’t make you giggle for real nothing will!)

Who You Talking To?

This is best done in a one-on-one conversation in person. When the other person says something to you turn and look immediately to your left and say “I don’t think she was talking to you.” If you get questioned just shrug and act like you didn’t hear the question and take your turn in the conversation. This will either scare away the talker or it will make the drunk laugh uncontrollably. You can switch up the standard phrase with the following:

  • I STILL don’t think she’s talking to you
  • She’s not talking to you yet
  • What part of ‘not talking to you’ don’t you understand?
  • Stop interrupting my conversation please
  • I’ll deal with you as soon as I’m through here
Crazy Bug Eyes Opossum

Crazy Bug Eyes Opossum

Bug Eyes

This one’s really difficult for me to do because I always end up laughing and ruining the whole production. When you’re in a conversation be sure to keep glancing around the room casually with your eyes. When you land on the talker’s face make your eyes super huge, I mean super-duper huge like you just noticed something absolutely horrible about them. If the person asks you about it just explain it away as if you had something in your eye. After a few more times of this game the annoying talker will rush away or the silly drunk person will start making bug eyes back at you. Either way you’ve achieved your goal.

What's Going On?  I'm SO Confused!

What's Going On? I'm SO Confused!

Darting Glances

This is a little more subtle than the ideas mentioned above. But if you stick with it you’ll still get the results you desire. While in a conversation keep looking over the other person’s shoulder like you’re terrified. Shoot your eyes back and forth and look over your own shoulder like you think someone’s after you. Then calmly focus back on the talker and give him or her a reassuring smile. Several runs of this charade and you will indeed look like a paranoid schizophrenic.

I'm lost

I'm lost

Pete and Repeat

This game is really fun to me because it can go on for quite some time before the other person catches on to what you’re doing. When you’re talking to someone repeat his or her phrases back as a question. The annoying talker will get sick of the one-sided conversation or the drunk will think you’re totally into him and want to know all his darkest secrets. Here is an example of Pete and Repeat:

Him: How are you today?

You: How are you today?

Him: Im good.

You: You’re good?

Him: Did you see that segment on the plane crash?

You: Did you see that segment on the plane crash?

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Him: I saw it, I couldn’t believe nobody died.

You: You couldn’t believe nobody died?

Him: Yah, it was some messed up stuff - the plane broke in half!

You: The plane broke in half?

Him: Yah, have you seen Jill lately?

You: Have you seen Jill lately?

Him: Why are you doing that?

You: Why am I doing what?

Him: You're asking what I say.

You: I'm asking what you say?

What a Jerk!

This one isn’t a favorite by any means so feel free to use it as often as necessary. After a good bout of What a Jerk! I’m left with a stiff neck and I have to sleep on the heating pad after applying Bengay. During a conversation silently count to 5 and then quickly jerk your left shoulder up to your left ear and then back down to normal resting position. If you get asked if you’re ok just nod and motion for the other person to continue. Count to 5 and jerk again. Do this counting to 5 and jerking thing until the other person calls a medic or walks off confused.

Remember, these are MY ideas. Please don’t go around using them or they will lose all credibility. Come up with your own ideas or I will come find you. Wait – did that sound crazy?


hi on December 31, 2012:

btw i already do the jerking thing by myself with out control and i also twitch sometimes

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 18, 2012:

AAh Haley, I forgot about this Hub! Believe it or not the idea came to me when I was driving down the road making weird faces at the cars that went by me. I was sooo bored on a long commute hahah Im off to read your Hubs because I KNOW you are just as excellent of a writer. Thanks for the love.

HaleyMCruz from California on August 09, 2012:

-claps- That was great to read, I mean it! I've never had someone's hub pictures make me laugh like your did! And the idea is so awesome! If I could write like you someday I'd be a happy camper :)

Sondra (author) from Neverland on June 14, 2012:

Hey Bill! :) :) I finally got to publishing some boring article on helping your kid learn how to read tonight. Hopefully Im back - I had a HUGE block going on. Im glad you liked this Hub. It was one of those funny ideas that hit me on my commute to work. I realized that some of the things I did probably looked a little crazy to others on the road and then I just went with it!!

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on June 03, 2012:

Is it my imagination or have you not written anything for quite some time? When you commented on my hub it dawned on me that I hadn't seen anything by you like in forever??? What's up?

Well, this was hilarious as I knew it would be. It was your humor that first made me a follower; then I got a bonus when I found out you were a quality human being.

Hope to see you this summer!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on May 07, 2012:

Hey Barbergirl! :) Thanks for sharing this and for leaving me a buggy-eyed comment. Okay – that was cheesy but what can I say?! YOU admitted to practicing while reading. Even if you can't make the funny faces at someone else without laughing isn’t it fun just to practice at home too?

Hi JAS :) I would loooove to play Pete and Repeat with more than one person. Can you see me and your sons sitting in a room and pestering each other with this? It would be great. And if it bothered you too much you could just scare us with your manic laugh!!

Hi Vinaya, it’s scary how accurate you are my friend! I prefer to act crazy and then look like Im sane :)

Thong-head, I mean Weestro! Its good to see you here (darting eyes). Did you…uh…get my message?! We weren’t gonna mention the rocks.

Hi Melovy :)YOU were a super busy lady with all your writing and what-not! Im glad you stopped in for the read though. Aaand just for the record – the more you practice the manic laugh the better you will get at performing it in front of other people without snorting.

Yvonne Spence from UK on May 03, 2012:

I’m not sure how I missed this first time round, but luckily Stacy shared. Great fun, My kids love doing the manic laugh. I think i’m with Stacy though in that I’d probably start laughing before I got through most of these. Thanks for the laughs!

Pete Fanning from Virginia on May 03, 2012:

The good news is if you're acting crazy, you may have a shot. The guy wearing a thong on his head and talking to rocks on the other hand...Did I mention this hub is awesome?

Vinaya Ghimire from Nepal on May 03, 2012:

We all are crazy in a way. While acting sane, we become insane.

I loved your amusing style.

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on May 03, 2012:

LOL, My sons love to play Pete and Repeat ... I never realized there was an actual name for this. I thought they did it just to send me off the deep end. I have the manic laugh down pretty good but I only use it at home :)

Thanks for the laughs, this was a very funny and enjoyable hub.

Stacy Harris from Hemet, Ca on May 03, 2012:

This is just way to funny... I would love to do the bug eyes at people, but I have to admit, I probably wouldn't make it through half of these without busting out laughing and completely blowing my cover. I guess I am not overly crazy!! Great hub... good for a morning laugh! :)

Oh yeah - and I will admit, I did practice the bug eyes while I was reading the hub! 8)

Sondra (author) from Neverland on April 24, 2012:

Oh see Dagny, hahah now you were the one who made ME laugh. Another way to act crazy? Blurt out into hysterical laughter in the middle of a quiet library :)

dagny roth from Neverland on April 23, 2012:

Hilarious Ardie! I especially laughed rather loudly (in the library I might add) at the bug eyes! Soooo funny!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on April 15, 2012:

Agreed Dana! Here's to fun ;)

Dana Strang from Ohio on April 13, 2012:

Thanks Ardie! Who wants to be "normal" anyway? How boring! See you around the hubs!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on April 13, 2012:

Heheh Dana - yes, perhaps you are crazy too... but that's ok because it just means you will fit in great here! Im always looking for new crazy BFF's

Dana Strang from Ohio on April 13, 2012:

This is great. The part about the manic laugh actually made me laugh out loud!!! Does that mean I'm crazy? Why am I asking? Of course I a. Thanks for teaching everyone else how to join the club! Insanity loves company.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on April 05, 2012:

Oh tillsontital, oh my. I have met my match it seems. Next party I am at I am using that "don't you remember me?" trick - oooh to watch the other person get all awkward...unless of course they play the trick back and say "of course!"

Mary Craig from New York on April 04, 2012:

Hysterical! The title attracted me because I have been known to be called crazy and not afraid to try anything, at least once! Walking up to a stranger at a party and saying, don't you remember me? Is a good conversation starter too, as long as you keep pretending to really know the person. But, I digress, this was a great funny hub. Job well done Ardie.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on March 07, 2012:

Thomas, you're so silly. No pee'ing.

ThoughtSandwiches from Reno, Nevada on March 06, 2012:


Well...I do thank you for allowing me usage of these techniques on public transportation! As I was unaware that this was in play...we may want to warn Miss Olive to avoid the #4 bus (downtown) for a little bit...

Again...I love this one so I shall share again!


Sondra (author) from Neverland on February 29, 2012:

Rolly, I can't imagine you doing anything crazy to freak people out! You seem so sweet and ...well, normal. But wow - I can only imagine what your waitress thought when she came back and you were totally cured of your twitches and slurring. How did your dinner company appreciate the show? Did they laugh too or scold you for being embarrassing?! You're too much :)

Rolly A Chabot from Alberta Canada on February 24, 2012:

Oh I love to do thing that freak people out... then act normal after. Recently did what I call the Larry thing in a restaurant... slurred speech, twitches and the waitress was very confused in her attempts to understand the order. When she came back and asked how the food was I was my usual reserved and normal (well somewhat normal me).

I can still laugh today as I think of the look on her face... Priceless.

Airdie... you would be a blast at a party...

Hugs from Canada

Sondra (author) from Neverland on February 22, 2012:

Hi PDX and thanks! If you use any of these I want to hear aaaaall about it

Marcy – I’m glad this made you laugh! Sometimes I embarrass myself because I write this junk purely for my own amusement. It’s awesome when other people enjoy it with me :)

Hi faithful daughter and thanks!! :)

Rlaha, thanks for reading, voting and sharing!!

Hello rebeccamealey :) I have actually heard of laughter and smile therapy to release endorphins and feel happy. I believe in it! How could you not be happy after a good manic laugh?

Nell Rose hello! That. Is. AWESOME! Okay I will trade you the wink for the use of any of the above – I can’t wait to use it tomorrow at the school play ;)

Sondra (author) from Neverland on February 22, 2012:

Ruchira :) I am so happy to know I am being productive in my craziness hahah Now when I act nutty and the kids or the husband ask me to behave I will remind them that I’m only doing it for my own health!

Hi alocsin, thanks so much! I know that cat is the funniest thing, right?!

TSandwiches, for MissOlive’s safety, sanity, and cleanliness I will allow you to use any of the above mentioned methods for keeping people away on public transport. Please only fall back to urination in the case of an extreme emergency.

MissOlive – I hope I helped you out with my comment above to TS :) I can only imagine what your neighbors thought you were doing with your roommate HA! I’d give you weird looks too – just to keep you away :P

Homesteadbound – I know what you mean – sadly. I am an introvert by nature too. Its my insanity that allows me to act this way on rare occasion :)

RHW – I think there was some divine intervention taking place to keep you and I apart. I am afraid to think of the trouble we would get in to! A scalpel made me laugh – what was everyone else’s problem? Some people need to up their meds – and I don’t mean us!!

Audrey – I want a vid of your manic laugh!

Hello thoughtforce! Come hang out with me a while and we’ll go to the WalMart where its ok to act this way (Just ask Tammyswallow). Then you will feel totally comfortable doing this anywhere!

Nell Rose from England on February 20, 2012:

Haha! love it! another one that's good is, the wink! every time someone is talking to you, and you are going crazy with boredom, just wink! of course they will ask, why are you winking? you just shrug your shoulders and say, me winking? I am not! then do it again, drives em crazy! hahahahha (maniacal laughter!)

Rebecca Mealey from Northeastern Georgia, USA on February 20, 2012:

Funny! I particularly like the manic laugh. I 'll bet it could get endorphins flying! Voting u and funny!

rlaha from Spartanburg, SC on February 20, 2012:

Thanks for making me laugh! These are great tips! Voted up and shared!

Evie Lopez from Sunny Florida on February 20, 2012:

ha, ha, ha that was too funny! I needed this!

Marcy Goodfleisch from Planet Earth on February 20, 2012:

I needed the laugh break just now! I'm going to remember these techniques. Voted up, funny and interesting.

Justin W Price from Juneau, Alaska on February 20, 2012:

Love this, Ardie. These are great tips. Sharing now...

Christina Lornemark from Sweden on February 16, 2012:

Haha, this is so funny and I would love to try one of them just so I could see the reaction. But I don't think I have it in me! I will have to rely on others more fun people like you Ardie! Thanks, I enjoyed this:))


Audrey Howitt from California on February 16, 2012:

I love the manic laugh!!! (Said she laughing maniacally!)

Kelly Umphenour from St. Louis, MO on February 16, 2012:

Ardieeeee! I'm good at this! HAHAHA lol lol. You're crazy but I am too so I can totally relate! I love saying stuff just to get a reaction! So fun!

When I first started working at the sleep lab - my boss (who I could tell was mean and not a Bs'er ya know) -and a bunch of people were sitting at the table and every thing was soo serious....I looked at the group and said real casual like "so when do I get to use a scapel?"

You know I almost got fired in the first year because of my behavior techniques...but eventually the place got better! Lol. I loosened them all up - including the doctors:) haha! I had the run of the place by year 2!!!

Fun fun fun hub - glad Tommy shared if:)

Cindy Murdoch from Texas on February 16, 2012:

This is just so cute. The introvert in me would prevent me from most all of these. Thanks so much!

Marisa Hammond Olivares from Texas on February 16, 2012:

note to self - do not sit next to ThoughtSandwiches/Thomas

Hi Ardie - these are great! I could name a student for just about each on of your examples. My college roomie and I would try to one up each other with the maniacal laugh. We'd end up on the floor in fits of laughter while STILL trying to project the crazy laugh. Yes, our neighbors always gave us funny looks LOL

This was truly entertaining - voted up!

ThoughtSandwiches from Reno, Nevada on February 16, 2012:


I am busy taking taking notes and cross-indexing them with behaviors that I have noticed (i.e. your behaviors).

This is my concern...I have been doing the manic laugh and darting glances for quite some time. I normally do it so that people won't sit near me on public transportation.

Needless to say...I was unaware that you had codified them and staked claims. In terms of protecting myself on public transportation...that just leaves me with urinating on myself.

Thanks for the laugh ya crazy weirdo!!

Thomas with an Up and a share!

Aurelio Locsin from Orange County, CA on February 16, 2012:

What an amusing hub to start the day with. I'm reposting that first pic to Pinterest. Voting this Up and Funny.

Ruchira from United States on February 16, 2012:

This sure is one crazy

It is actually good for one's health to be crazy 'cause the mind should be rested occasionally and we should be able to sharpen our intuition skills.

voted up as awesome!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on January 01, 2012:

Hi prettynutjob! You're lucky it comes naturally :)

Hi JoshuaDR, I wish you would post a video of the manic laugh in the mirror trick hahah I never thought to drag another person in on the crazy routine! That would take the act to a whole new level. Im glad to help you pass away the time at work...I don't claim my writing is good but I try to keep it entertaining :)

JoshuaDR from Charleston, SC on December 30, 2011:

Very funny. I tried the manic laugh in the mirror and I definitely looked crazy. I always prefer to do the crazy routine with another person. That way the person you are talking to isn't sure if my firend and I are really crazy or if they are themselves crazy.

I have been reading a lot of your stuff today. I probably should be working but your stuff is definitely helping to pass the day.

Mary from From the land of Chocolate Chips,and all other things sweet. on December 30, 2011:

Great hub,I don't have to act crazy it just kind of pops out lol.

Debra Allen from West Virginia on December 29, 2011:

Hahahahaha!, yep with you not at you.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on December 29, 2011:

Thanks Lady Guinevere! Im glad it made you laugh - but you're laughing with me and not at me...right? Right?! RIGHT?

Debra Allen from West Virginia on December 29, 2011:

I laughed all the way through reading this, This is great.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on December 27, 2011:

Hi Vinaya, Im glad you enjoyed this. It came to me out of the blue on a car ride one day. I looked out the car window and thought - man, some of those people driving next to me look crazy!

I think laughing is the best therapy for any problem...although not always appropriate :)

Vinaya Ghimire from Nepal on December 26, 2011:

Funny and amusing. Sometimes acting crazy relieves our stress. I have participated in a laughing session, where you laugh crazily. At first you find hard to laugh, but once you begin to laugh, you go on laughing.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on December 26, 2011:

Hello cclit, I understand wanting to get away from the noise hahah my three daughters are so very loud and out-going. And sometimes I love to join in and get rowdy with them but other times I just want to hide in my room with the door closed to drown them out!!

Cynthia Calhoun from Western NC on December 25, 2011:

Haha, this is awesome! I myself am introverted, but I come from a loud Latin family. So I can "turn it on", but I prefer to turn the noise off. Hehehe.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on December 24, 2011:

Thank you! Its difficult when I meet new people and they expect me to be one way or the other. Then they're surprised when I do a complete turn around. Im not bipolar Im just conflicted !! :D

Feline Prophet on December 24, 2011:

"I’m an introvert at heart and a Libra by nature." This seems to describe me quite well too! :D

Loved your crazy ideas!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 20, 2011:

Tsmog, hysterical! I never thought of the great fun one could have with these games at work!! I will have to try that too :D

The birdy is not mine...believe it or not I have a bird phobia. But his laugh was too cute to pass by.

Tim Mitchell from Escondido, CA on November 18, 2011:

Hello Ardie. The pic drew me to this hub. Appearing as a related hub recommendation I darted here discovering great entertainment. Bookmarked and shared I plan on using a few at work soon.

I like 'who you talking to' thinking about standing line at the theatre. Should work good there. The Cockatoovid is awesome - a family pet? Great colors. The 'manic laugh' will be fun too. Strolling out of the warehouse copy room may be a good opportune time adding to the copy guy theme.

thanks for the fun and enjoy the weekend , , ,

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 16, 2011:

Ha Veko! Laughter is the best medicine. I don't know why - I don't think anyone is really sick but whatever. Im glad you enjoyed - now you need to write something so I can comment back!

Vekoslav on November 16, 2011:

So should I come up with my own ideas? :D ;) :P

Thank you for the hub, really, this one made me laugh so bad!!!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 16, 2011:

Oh yes Vekoslav - so come up with your own ideas! :) Thanks for reading.

Vekoslav on November 16, 2011:

You will come and find me?!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 16, 2011:

Thanks Jay!! Try it alone first so you can be confident in your ability to pull it off. Then post the videos here :)

jaywigz311 from Orlando, FL on November 16, 2011:

This hub is hilarious! I love the "Manic Laugh". Awesome.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 15, 2011:

Thanks Eiddwen :) Your votes make me happy!!

Eiddwen from Wales on November 15, 2011:

Wow Ardie such a brilliantand original hub.

I have to vote up up and away and look forward to reading so many more by you.

Take care,


Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 14, 2011:

THANKS JS Matthew! Maybe now you see why I was happy to read your ramblings hahah We all can act crazy now and again :) Its more fun to do it together

Winsome - I am so glad you shared your idea here! Now everyone can share in the hilariousness :) Im going to try the Voice Pitch on the kids today as a test run. Is Simone this goofy? If she is I NEED to hang out with her!!! I love fun people :D

Winsome from Southern California by way of Texas on November 12, 2011:

I think you and Simone have been hanging out. Too too funny. Another way is to raise or lower the pitch of your voice in mid-sentence and then revert back. If you can keep a straight face they will definitely think you are crazy.

Even better, this happened to me last night at a party--one of the people there looks a lot like another guy I know and so I called him by the wrong name, smiling the whole time and asked him how he knew the hosts. He looked at me with those crazy darting glances. At the time I thought he thought I must be crazy, but after reading this article, maybe he was just trying to get rid of me. =:)

JS Matthew from Massachusetts, USA on November 12, 2011:

Ardie, I loved it! I am still laughing! What a wonderful piece to inspire laughter. Thanks for sharing this crazy bit of fun! Voting up and sharing!


Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 09, 2011:

Thanks Robert! I'm glad to see you moving around out here :)

Robert Erich from California on November 09, 2011:

Ardie! Your articles are entertaining too. It's always a pleasure to be appreciated by people who are already talented writers. And slight comics. I look forward to seeing more of what you write.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 04, 2011:

Hahaha Frieda, I never thought to use these on family - that would be great! Im glad to know someone else here is goofy too :)

Frieda Babbley from Saint Louis, MO on November 03, 2011:

Made me crack up. I've enjoyed doing some of these things myself. Darting glances is especially fun at my sister. It's good to know I'm not alone.

Sondra (author) from Neverland on November 03, 2011:

Who you talkin' to?! Hahah You're too funny weestro :)

Thanks for the vote

Pete Fanning from Virginia on November 03, 2011:

This hub is awesome! Did you think this hub was awesome? Yes, I think this hub is awesome! Voted UP!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 31, 2011:

Thanks Ubani. Im glad it made you laugh - that was my goal.

Alexander Thandi Ubani from Lagos on October 28, 2011:

Hahahaha! This is one funny game i can't miss especially the laughing part. Awesome and funny

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 27, 2011:

Thanks smcopywrite! I thought of this while I was driving down the expressway making bug-eyes at people I drove by :)

smcopywrite from all over the web on October 27, 2011:

love your title. how did you come up with this idea? extremely useful, just in case i have a bad trip on public transportation i can use these pointers!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 26, 2011:

iZeko, I wish I could be a fly on the wall!! I can only imagine my reaction if someone did this stuff around me. I'd run screaming :)

iZeko on October 26, 2011:

You’re crazy, but I like it, loca, loca, loca ;-))) I’m using the “Who You Talking To” in the elevator. Come find me if you can ;P

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 26, 2011:

Hello Prasetio :) Im glad you stopped in to visit the madness! Thanks for the vote.

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on October 25, 2011:

Very provoking title. But I really enjoy reading this hub. I found several new terms here. Thanks for writing and share with us. Well done and vote up!


Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 25, 2011:

Heheh Steph. And if you misbehave enough maybe you wont even get invited to those boring benefits and fundraisers anymore - double bonus!! You have fun AND get out of any later benefits :) I've never tried Pete and Repeat with the kids...I think I'll do that tonight.

Stephanie Marshall from Bend, Oregon on October 25, 2011:

Oh, I am going to have to use that Pete and Repeat gag (I think I already do a version of it with the kids). Now, I know how to turn a boring benefit/fundraising dinner into entertainment. LOL!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 25, 2011:

Christopher, you are one of the few that never has to ask my permission ;) Pete and Repeat is hilariously fun! I use it often to entertain myself. Let me know how it works out.

Christoph Reilly from St. Louis on October 24, 2011:

Ha,ha! When I moved to N.Y. city when I was but a lad of 20, I quickly learned the way to deal with crazies and threats on the street by acting crazier and meaner than them. It worked beautifully. That's good for the street, but in a party situation, may I please have your permission to use the "Pete and Repeat" technique?

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 24, 2011:

PBWine - Im home alone but still got a quizzical look from the dog when I laughed out loud at you in the coffee shop!!

PeanutButterWine from North Vancouver, B.C. Canada on October 24, 2011:

Hahaha I could so picture you doing that...laughed out loud just a little manically here at the coffee shop by myself to test it out and got some odd!!

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 24, 2011:

Cloverleaf I want to meet your friend!!! I started laughing just thinking about it.

witchee - these could all be good ways to keep the creeps away while riding the subway. Oooh, theres a new hub for YOU to write!! Ways to Creep the Creeps on the Subway.

Jen, I do have footage but I charge exuberant amounts to show it. After all, everyone would pay good money to see my manic laugh. It scares the kids hahaha

Haunty!! See the comment to Jen. Now YOU scared the kids with a crazy laugh :D

Sondra (author) from Neverland on October 24, 2011:

Thanks Learnfromme! I wanna have fun too - and since I can't drink and wont do drugs I have to come up with my own ways of staying entertained :)

NotPC Im glad you got a laugh - it was fun to write.

Lord - you ethereal prince, Im glad you approve! But you do know I'd never really act like this in public right?!

Haunty from Hungary on October 24, 2011:

I was laughing so ardently at your ideas and the kids playing in the inner yard stopped short. They tried to locate the source of the sound but they couldn't see me. Then they started talking among themselves in a low voice as if someone could overhear them. This is the most uproarious hub I have EVER read! Thanks.

jenubouka on October 24, 2011:

You are the life of any party, Ardie. If you have any footage, please share!!

Jen Baldwin from Joplin, MO on October 24, 2011:

omigods i am so using these the next time i'm on the subway, elevator, or a party. love it love it love it

Louise from Calgary, AB, Canada on October 24, 2011:

Great stuff, Ardie! I know someone who has a manic laugh by nature and she just loves to be crazy! Her laugh is quite infectious, actually :)

Joseph De Cross from New York on October 24, 2011:

Nice pussycat!.. I'm nutty at times and joke around countless times. But you topped the cake. Nice pics and your writing got me to the end..Oh my God!


NotPC on October 24, 2011:

This one made me laugh! LOLOL. Great hub. Keep up the good work.

LearnFromMe on October 24, 2011:

How funny! It seems like crazy people get to have all the fun, so why not join them every once in a while? ;) Thanks for making me smile!

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