When in Rome, Laugh as the Romans Laughed | The New Yorker


By and large, the rules of laughter (at what, when, when not, et cetera) are something we learn—we’re not born with them.

So how come people still laugh at the jokes in the Philogelos almost two thousand years later …

via When in Rome, Laugh as the Romans Laughed – The New Yorker.

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