I'm not sure.<br />
My parents used to say I gave them hours of amusement by somersaulting down the stairs as a baby.<br />
I brought the house down with laughter at a performance in primary school, playing a Danish mother not reacting to the flood to the bathroom and collapse of the ceiling.<br />
At an endurance ride, when photographers wanted the very tired winning horse to perk their ears for the camera, I went out in front of all to perform some hatha yoga exercises. It was so extraordinary to the horse, to see a human up-side-down, that they did perk their ears. I have no idea why, but it made all the humans laugh themselves silly. Perhaps it was the breaking of propriety and tension.
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