Today's social dilemma came about because of an event I had to go to over the weekend. It was a pretty fancy reception for a friend of mine getting an award. There were all kinds of local dignitaries there. Anyway, when one of them was giving a pretty serious speech, one of my friends pointed out something funny to me that was on the wall of the room we were in. Well, that was it. I started laughing. And because I knew I shouldn't be laughing, I started laughing even harder. And then my friend was doing everything she could to keep me laughing because she was loving how uncomfortable I was. And yes, the speaker did see me laughing and I felt awful, but that made me laugh even harder. So my question to you today. Have you ever gotten a case of the giggles when you shouldn't have. I know I can't be the only one this has happened to. I even got a case of the giggles at my own father's funeral when my great uncle who was almost completely deaf kept screaming out things to us during the mass. He thought he was whispering. It was the perfect comic relief. Anyway, has this ever happened to you, and where were you when it did. And did you own up to it and try to stop or did you go all in and laugh? Please tell me I'm not alone!