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Proper Prescription Glasses Linked To Happiness

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Apparently, proper Prescription Glasses have been Linked to Happiness: Link.

Oh, and race is also linked to happiness: Link.

Not to mention:

  • Blood pressure (link).
  • Laughter (link).
  • Rewarding careers (link).
  • Our genes (link), and, of course,
  • Dopamine (link).

Presumably, a cancer victim can be cheered up dramatically by a doctor telling the patient that they are cured, even if the doctor is lying.

Even complete fabrications may, it seems, lead to happiness. Who'd've thought it?

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Guest Skint Academic

Bagsy me has the dopamine!

(And the serotonin, oxytocin and vasopressin as well!)

You can have the rest, I don't care :)

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Apparently, proper Prescription Glasses have been Linked to Happiness: Link.

Damn, should have gone to Specsavers.

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[*]Laughter (link).

Presumably, a cancer victim can be cheered up dramatically by a doctor telling the patient that they are cured, even if the doctor is lying.

Double benefit on that one, the doctor can say it was a joke and they can have a good chuckle and that Cancer will soon be gone.

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Apparently, proper Prescription Glasses have been Linked to Happiness: Link.

I love my glasses, and, having walked past a Specsavers today with an advert for reduced price disposable contacts - still just over £15/month, I've realised what a bargain a pair of glasses are! I also have the feeling of being virtuous when I take in my old pair to be sent to Africa. :)

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Apparently, proper Prescription Glasses have been Linked to Happiness: Link.

Oh, and race is also linked to happiness: Link.

Not to mention:

  • Blood pressure (link).

  • Laughter (link).

  • Rewarding careers (link).

  • Our genes (link), and, of course,

  • Dopamine (link).

Presumably, a cancer victim can be cheered up dramatically by a doctor telling the patient that they are cured, even if the doctor is lying.

Even complete fabrications may, it seems, lead to happiness. Who'd've thought it?

Great post :lol:

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  • 293 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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