Laugh out your lungs

If you don’t laugh out your lungs, then you are hard to laugh. I laughed out my lungs. For one thing, it has more meaning to people in my local community who can put it in context.

What he speaks is pidgin English.

Context:

Every year, green grasshoppers come in large numbers at a certain period. People like eating them and during this season, some people catch them at night in large numbers. That means much money.

Unfortunately, this year, because of the sociopolitical conflict in my locality, a curfew has been imposed, forbidding movement after six pm. This man is lamenting about this, considering that it is the time for the grasshoppers and git will be a big loss to him because of this curfew. It’s really humorous.

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