Summary: My boss was a jolly good man who would crack a joke at the ‘drop of a hat’. Which indeed is the reason these seniors take the trouble to go to the Marina every morning and just Laugh Out Loud, together. That’s exactly what we have been doing at the marina beach for over a decade, besides walking and talking. I would laugh out wholeheartedly and tell him, “Sir, you can switch profession and be a successful stand-up comedian”. Mahalingam, a retired senior executive of the group, says, “I can read your thoughts, man.
“Laughing out loud. That’s exactly what we have been doing at the marina beach for over a decade, besides walking and talking. A group of senior and super-senior citizens, we gather at the beach at the crack of dawn,” says Subba Rao, a nonagenarian and the oldest member of this group. And, they laugh their way to good health. The interview with members of this group is being carried out against the backdrop of thunderous laughter. Mahalingam, a retired senior executive of the group, says, “I can read your thoughts, man.
You are wondering why can’t we do this at home, aren’t you? You see, the other day, on reading a humorous piece the other day, I let out a guffaw, which provoked my son to say, ‘Dad, I’m on an overseas conference call with a client. You are disturbing me. Could you pipe down a bit?’ Since then, I laugh in measured tones at home.
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