Growing up, I enjoyed playing sports and I did well in school. However, neither of these things was as important to me as knowing I could make people laugh. Knowing I was able to get people laughing to the point where they couldn't breathe was critical. It's still very important to me. I think it's because laughter always wins. Think about it. When you are trying your hardest to suppress laughter, it never works, like in school or in church. Or how about those times when you're really in a bad mood, but someone does something hilarious, you crack up in spite of yourself. At least I do. Not that there aren't times to be serious, but even those times could benefit from a little levity so that we don't get too full of ourselves. The video below is of me losing it watching "Family Guy". For fellow dorks that would know, it's the episode where Meg and Neil Goldman work at the news station and Neil's family is over for dinner. Neil's dad, the voice of the guy from the "Jerky Boys", is describing a disgusting first kiss.