When you think that your problems are very serious and the difficulties you have are impossible to overcome, all you need is a good laugh. Doctors love prescribing laughter as a medicine for depression and anxiety because it makes the immune system stronger, lowers blood pressure, and prolongs life.
We totally agree with the doctors, which is why we compiled another list of photographs of people who see everything in bright light.
The ridiculously photogenic German police and protester
This is what “luck” means.
This guy is really optimistic.
“My friend, who has been in a coma for 3 months and presumed dead, texted me this.”
Yeah, you’re gonna make it.
While everyone wanted a PS and iPads in the orphanage, this little girl just asked for a “tucked-in donkey.”
This guy makes the place positive.
For some it’s just a puddle, but it’s an entire lake for the duck.
There are 2 types of girls on Halloween.
The new ultrabook every college student needs!
Just stay calm no matter what.
“When my grandma was 80, she got hit by a truck. Here she is on her 100th birthday having outlived the guy that hit her.”
This “optimistic” glass is always half full.
This girl is 100% sure she’ll succeed.
“Being in chemo all day is not exactly how I pictured spending my 21st birthday, but hey! I made it to 21! As long as I’m around for my 22nd, I can’t complain.”
This girl went on a trip around Europe. She took a special photo in every city: the name of the city on her prosthetic limb.
A traffic jam is a great chance to play with a dog in a nearby car.
This is a great idea for those who don’t have enough money for their own house yet.
Your cat seems upset all the time? Just draw him a smile!
We wish everyone were as optimistic as the guy who “repaired” this brick wall.
This girl is quite happy with her working place. Nothing special.
“A month free of antidepressants!”
Bonus: As it turns out, you can have a lot of fun in a traffic jam.