A Brief History of the Laughing Record
August 9, 2005 1:42 PM   Subscribe

Was someone bored today???
posted by j.p. Hung at 1:59 PM on August 9, 2005

I really like the first one. That'd make a cool intro sample to a song.
posted by ludwig_van at 3:31 PM on August 9, 2005

bored..?..maybe-hee, but it made me hee hee hee laff-f-f-f-f today-hay-hay-ay-aah...erm...yeah. well. so. hmm. ha.
posted by basis4insanity at 3:51 PM on August 9, 2005


This stuff is really, really annoying, but thanks; I had no idea it existed!
posted by interrobang at 4:20 PM on August 9, 2005

For some reason, I really enjoyed this post. Must be the cheap summer chardonnay from Trader Joe's. Thanks !
posted by repoman at 8:28 PM on August 9, 2005

Thanks, gilgamix!
posted by Frisbee Girl at 10:57 PM on August 9, 2005

ludwig van: exactly my thoughts
posted by RockCorpse at 10:58 AM on August 10, 2005

Hey, no-one mentioned the Farts & Laughs tapes yet. That's all they were; some farty noises, followed by some giggles, a few more farts, some guffaws; repeat forever. When I was 11, it was guaranteed to make at least one of my classmates laugh so much they'd puke.
posted by scruss at 11:14 AM on August 10, 2005

I love it. I have a habit (some would call it a problem) of buying old haunted house and "scary" sound effects records at the thrifts and yard sales. And playing them way too loud, way too often. This laughing stuff is great and will be bothering my neighbors in coming days. Thank you gilgamix - a lovely thing.
posted by zoinks at 11:30 AM on August 10, 2005

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