What I Learned from Wikipedia, March 1, 2009

Fatal hilarity refers to death resulting from the physiological effects of laughter.[citation needed] Versions of the phrase date back to 1596[2] and records of laughter causing death date back to Ancient Greece.

Learn more:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fatal_hilarity

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One Response to What I Learned from Wikipedia, March 1, 2009

  1. peter says:

    Thank god you always stopped when I asked otherwise I would have been long since dead.

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