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Video: Berlin Laughter Project

Video: Berlin Laughter Project

Mobile phone footage of passengers aboard a subway train in Germany suddenly gripped by unexplainable fits of laughter has become an Internet sensation, racking up over a million views on YouTube. In the video, one passenger starts giggling at something on her phone, which in turn causes the entire train to eventually erupt in laughter. The event was orchestrated by the Berlin Laughter Project as a kind of therapeutic flash mob. More at The Washington Post.

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