Rhett & Link go down the rabbit hole about humor, from what makes things laugh out loud funny, their experience with doing a live comedic show many times over, and workshop one of Link's tour jokes on this week's Ear Biscuits.
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I understand you guys takes advantage of what characteriz your individual personality that makes you funny, but it's getting a little cheap and overused. Please take this as constructive criticism, I personally just liked it better when the humor comes naturally
Omg - you guys reallllllly need some time away from each other! I feel like the past few weeks you both have been genuinely annoyed by the other :(. I hope after the holiday you will be basking in the bestie love once again!
It's not Christmas without exchanging gifts though. It doesn't matter what you get each other, it's the thought that counts. Haven't you ever read the Gift of the Magi? I thought it was a really sweet story.
Random unsolicited bit about why things are funny, the book the Humor Code covers this and basically says 100% of funny things are funny because they're a "benign violation." Something about the joke/event violated the social norm (was surprising or inappropriate) but was benign enough not to pose a real threat. So, irreverent but not offensive. Or somebody fell down but isn't seriously hurt, etc etc. Basically anything you find funny can be fitted into that explanation--although I suspect there are a FEW exceptions. Fascinating stuff, in my opinion.
I'm so grateful for everything y'all have done this year to help entertain and make me laugh! I truly enjoyed the Tour of Mythicality- I am SO GLAD I was able to snatch up a couple tickets and go! My friend, who had barely heard of you before agreeing to go with me, said she had laughed and smiled so much, her face hurt! I was definitely smiling and laughing the whole night, too! Y'all are the best! Thank you for doing what you do!
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For millions of men across the world, regardless of culture, class, nationality, religion, or color, hair loss is an unavoidable aspect of growing older. Fortunate are those who do not face hair loss problems even in their old age. However, a majority of men face this issue in their 40s, 50s, or even earlier.
Causes of Baldness or Hair Loss in Men.
There are a number of causes of male hair loss, including:
Male pattern baldness Alopecia Fungal infections Psychological disorders Chemotherapy side effects Nutrient deficiencies Hormonal imbalances Lack of circulation on the scalp Stress.
It is important to note that hair loss occurs in women as well, for some similar reasons, and some different ones. We will cover hair loss in women in a separate article. Men predominantly suffer from this health condition, particularly male pattern baldness and early onset hair loss from age 20-40.
However, there are ways to slow down the rate of male hair loss or baldness, and even stimulating the hair follicles to reproduce hair. A few home remedies for hair loss and baldness issue are discussed below.