...noticed, is that most of the blogs nowadays are full with rants.

Here's a short little rant for everyone who likes to read rants.
I don't understand why it's such a rage. I mean, they are OK for a couple of minutes but in the long run those negative things will make you depressed. So fu*k the rants, and let's focus on the positive parts of life.

Because, I have to admit, today was freaking awesome!

The people who are a little it closer to me already knew, that today was my first exam as a Mastery student. Also, for those who only now join us, I have to add, that this is also my first year studying in Romanian, so I'm not used to it AT ALL. I always had trouble with Romanian, cause all my childhood friends were Hungarian, so I never actually practiced it.

Anyways, as I was saying I went to give an exam. We were all ready for it to be written, not oral. Well, we were very mistaken. Since only 9 people actually showed up, the professor decided it would be better to finish everything up fast. He told us to put away our papers and pens, and with only three students in the classroom at a time he proceeded to give us an exam we will never forget.

Now let me tell you, I'm not the only one with the language issue. So six of us (5 Hungarian girls and one Romanian) left the class to give the opportunity of being the first to the other three girls.

Then, we went over the three stages of an exam: panic, panic, and some more panic.

In the end, though, it turned out all right. We babbled and stammered and stuttered, but in the end we all managed to pass... and what made it so amazing? Well, the grades, of course.In our little group everyone got a 9 out of 10. I have no idea how, but I'm grateful and happy nonetheless.

And so everyone will at least crack a smile, here are some facts about laughing!

If you laugh 100 times it’s the same thing with cycling 15 minutes on your bike. Energetic laughter boosts the heart rate deepens the breathing rate, and bring into play muscles in the face, stomach, and diaphragm.

Apart from enhance our moods, laughter can cut down stress, cooperate fighting infection, and reduce pain.

Laughter generate helpful changes in brain chemistry by delivering endorphins, and it leads more oxygen into the body with the deeper inhalations.

Laughter is instinctive and contagious. Our laughter is under minimal conscious control, and it challenges the hypothesis that we are in full control of our behaviour.

Italian author Pietro Aretino who in 1556 was laughing so hard at a bawdy story being told to him by his sister that he fell backwards in his chair and died of suffocation from “laughing too much.”

Laughter amplify the natural killer cells that attack viruses and some types of cancer and tumor cells.

Laughter encourages concentration on "right" attitudes rather than "wrong" attitudes.

Higher levels of an antibody (salivary immunoglobulin A) that fights infectious organisms entering the respiratory tract were found in the saliva of people who watched humorous videos or experienced good moods.

The 1998 movie Patch Adams told the real-life story of a nonconformist doctor convinced that fun, play, and clowns are important in improving patients' quality of life in a grim hospital atmosphere.

When we laugh with a group, social/class/cultural/racial barriers to communication are quickly overcome and a mutual feeling of trust develops within the group. Laughing is contagious (just think of the laugh tracks of television situation comedies). People who laugh often have a tendency to be more popular and are likely to have a greater impact on group decisions. Research shows that when we laugh, we tend to talk more, make more eye contact and do more of the things that help us connect with others.

Children who are six years of age laugh an average of 300 times a day. Adults laugh an average of 15 times a day.

Charles Darwin believed that one's facial expression can actually influence one's moods. Studies in bio-feedback confirm Darwin's belief.

15 minutes of laughter equals the benefit of 2 hours sleep.

One good belly laugh burns off 3 1/2 calories.

Laughing for 15 seconds adds 2 days to your life span.

According to study by Dr. Michael Titze, a German Psychologist, in the 50's people use to laugh an average of 18 minutes a day. Today, that's down to 4 - 6 minutes a day.

Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, AT&T, Lockheed Aircraft, Kodak, Ford Motor Company, General Electric, Southwest Airlines, Bank of America, and many others have adopted 'humor' into their workplaces as a tool to increase morale and improve the bottom line.

And now, for a little exercise, here is a video, you will probably love!