...the unacceptable, annoying, need-to-be-slapped type giggles.
Anything anyone says to me: be it about Carlota's new diet plan where she will loose 10 kilos in 5 weeks, or Linus is ill because of inhailing too much smoke from when his house caught fire, or how Maria's day at work was shit because Raul spat in her face, to Stephen's travel plans, or my student explaining to me how to cook duck in wine - I cannot not feel like laughing. If not laughing, I have a perpetual smirk on my face that I feel like slapping myself.
And this has been going on for atleast a month now. Thank goodness for being able to perpetually bite my lips. Pretty pathetic really.
The most problem is with people I know well, especially my flatmates - I'm definitley getting a shouting or a slap from one of them soon.
And the bigger problem is, I don't know what is causing this adolescent behaviour on my part. There is nothing funny about what anyone is saying to me. Infact, the more serious something seems to be, the more I want to fart a laugh.
When they talk, everything turns into a caricature style comic and my imagination starts running wild, and I can't take anything seriously.
This has happened to me before, but never for more than a day or two.
I keep telling myself it's a phase. Whatever it is, it needs to stop. NOW.