Honor Happy People Across the Globe With the
"You Make Me Laugh" Language Book of AHAthat®
This is a language book for expressing your admiration to people
who make this world a happier place to live.
CUPERTINO, CA – July 11, 2019 – There is something about laughter that relieves the pain that people go through and adds life to dull situations. Cliché as it may sound, laughter is indeed the best medicine. Laughing out loud is not only healthy for the heart, but there are also studies that show how laughter helps people have a stronger immune system while reducing unwanted stress hormones in the body.
Knowing these facts, AHAthat has decided to help people all over the world acknowledge those who make this world a better place through the laughter that they freely give out to others. As part of AHAthat's language book series, the AHAmessages™ in "You Make Me Laugh" feature over a hundred international translations of this meaningful phrase. This AHAbook™ will remind all of us that our differences in language can not stop us from showing gratitude to people who light up the world through their humor, wit, and fun presence.
The different translations of this appreciative phrase are worth sharing to your fellow human beings and can easily be posted on your social media accounts so people across the globe can read and appreciate.
"The AHAthat language books are essential in aiding its readers to easily find language translations of today's significant phrases and expressions. The language book of 'You Make Me Laugh' will surely become our readers' favorite, as it translates ways to show appreciation to someone who adds life in this world by giving out reasons for others to laugh," says Mitchell Levy (http://aha.pub/MitchellLevy), Global Credibility Expert and The AHA Guy at AHAthat® (https://AHAthat.com).
Here are five AHAmessages in different languages to let someone know your appreciation as they make you laugh in simple yet meaningful ways:
Kowegaweguyuaku (You Make Me Laugh in Javanese) — in more than 100 languages http://aha.pub/YouMakeMeLaugh.
Andamembuatsayatertawa (You Make Me Laugh in Indonesian) — in more than 100 languages http://aha.pub/YouMakeMeLaugh.
Tu me faisrire (You Make Me Laugh in French) — in more than 100 languages http://aha.pub/YouMakeMeLaugh.
Pinapatawamoako (You Make Me Laugh in Filipino) — in more than 100 languages http://aha.pub/YouMakeMeLaugh.
Me hacesreir (You Make Me Laugh in Spanish) — in more than 100 languages http://aha.pub/YouMakeMeLaugh.
Read and share AHAmessages in these AHAbooks on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook by going to http://aha.pub/YouMakeMeLaugh.
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