Skout Surveys Their Community’s Sense Of Humor
A smile goes a long way to show others how much you enjoy them or enjoy what they are saying. Laughter is great, too. Laughing with other people automatically brings you closer together because it shows how much you are engaged in what the person is saying or doing. It is a great feeling to laugh with other people. It is especially nice to laugh with people that you may be new to because it disarms any stress that either person might have. When you meet someone new from Skout, you will likely find yourself having a great time, so show your appreciation of them by smiling or even laughing. Laughter is contagious, so your new friend will likely start joining in on the good times. It helps us let go, it helps us have fun, and it actually leads to a happier and healthier lifestyle.
Skout is a social media application that conducted an interesting survey on humor and laughter. The results were published on PR Newswire’s website. The survey shows just how helpful letting loose with laughter can be in finding new online friendships. People use Skout for a variety of reasons. Most people use it to broaden their existing social network. This could mean making online friends, real life friends or new relationships of other kinds. Skout is easy to use, and users can share what they are looking for in their profile.
Skout’s Survey To Celebrate National Humor Month
Skout has been surveying their community on a variety of topics that always relate to interesting holidays that brighten peoples’ lives. They have researched International Random Acts Of Kindness Week, National Potato Chip Day and other holidays in the past. They often find a way to help their community and their users with these interesting holidays.
The month of April marks National Humor Month, so Skout decided to take a survey of what people felt on the topics of humor and friendship. The survey results indicate that people are more than comfortable with laughter. In fact, the results connote that Skout users consider themselves to be funny. Here’s the original article from PR Newswire’s site.
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