Unless that would involve the pain of others.
I am AWKWARD. I will be the first to admit it. I say things at the wrong times, make involuntary movements, and I will LAUGH at your pain. To your face. It happens, and I just can't help it. Just ask my family. Go ahead, ask away!
Ask my Husband about the time I had him attempt to put something under my bed. How I lived in a loft with super slippery concrete floors. How he PROPELLED himself into one of the supports for my bed and cut his brow open. That? Had me on the floor in tears. In tears, people! I was a snotty, sobbing mess I was laughing so hard.
How about the time (insert child's name here) fell/ran into something/cracked their head on anything. It is my knee jerk response to other people's pain. I get that laugh where I can't breathe, where it's so inappropriate I end up ashamed of myself. It's not anything I can help, seriously.
I just learned about "hunch-cat" and that? RUINS ME. I am not not able to be left alone with my thoughts. God forbid someone dies, because I know that I'll end up at the funeral in stitches as "hunch-cat" pops out of nowhere in my mind. The other night I just happened to have that stupid cat pop into my head right as I was starting to doze and I had to leave the freaking room so I wouldn't wake my Husband.
When I'm nervous I talk. Just ask the sonogram technician at the hospital I had the boy at. I was admitted a week before I had my son for a few hours to do some stress testing and OF COURSE the testing itself made me more nervous than the actual results (which this whole story is SERIOUSLY for another day.) The entire wheelchair ride to his little sonogram room, the duration of my test - which he probably craved silence for, and the entire ride back I talked nonstop. My poor Husband was laughing at me and trying desperately to get me to stop.
It's almost sad to watch me in action. Between the brain fog (I was a bad teenager AND I have two kids) and the awkwardness, I should probably wear a protective suit and have emergency tranquilizers so I don't end up mortifying myself.