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Mindful : June 2015
as a laugh)—a joke can’t be too obvious. The well-timed punch line that asks us to leap just far enough is the essence of the joke. And then there are some images that just make us laugh, like an elepha nt riding a bicycle. If your friends don’t tell jokes, it’s hard to pick them up, so you might have to buy a book or search on Google. Mindful’s YouTube Favorites A BOX OF SIMPLE ADVICE There’s nothing like YouTube for getting a quick burst of humor. Here are some of our personal favorites—some old, some new, all timelessly funny. DEATH STAR CANTEEN Accompanied by stop motion Lego animation, stand-up comedian Eddie Izzard speculates on what happens behind closed doors when Darth Vader just wants to eat his lunch. CHARLIE BIT MY FINGER Kids at their cutest: A hilari- ous moment between two adorable baby brothers. 22 MINUTES: ANGRY YOGA Imagine your favorite stress-busting yoga class— only your instructor angrily mouths off at the world between poses. A hilarious satire of woo woo culture. ULTIMATE DOG TEASE The title says it all. Watch a super cute dog respond to missing out on all the treats. (No animals were harmed in the making of this movie.) DAYLIGHT SAVING— MOVIE TRAILER If the horrors of Daylight Saving Time were a movie. 11 Take an improv class Improv is all about ma king those sudden leaps—together with others. There a re rules— okay guidelines, maybe—for ma king improvising work (see Bookma rk This on page 16). The biggest one is to be open to going where the other per- son is going, and to be willing to take them somewhere in response. You’re playing together. It’s about trust, but it’s also a helluva lot of fun, can build confidence, and will lead to some fall-down-laugh- ing moments. ● VIDEOSTILLSCOURTESYOF:THORN2200/EDDIEIZZARD,HDCYT,CBCPUNCHLINE,ANDREWGRANTHAM,NACHOPUNCHPHOTOGRAPH:©ILYAAKINSHIN/DOLLARPHOTOCLUB June 2015 mindful 27