5 Humorous TED Talks That Are Sure To Tickle Your Funny Bones
TED Talks is undoubtedly one of the best shows that inspires you and gives you a glimpse into the journey & hardships of the speaker. But sometimes, you need more than inspiration to get you going, especially during these self-quarantine days. We’ve rounded up a list of 5 funny AF TED Talks that will not only motivate you but will make you laugh till your cheeks hurt, so scroll on!
1. This Is What Happens When You Reply To Spam Mails By James Veitch
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Let’s admit it, our inbox is filled with spam emails, like unclaimed insurance bonds, safe deposit boxes and what not! But, have you ever replied to one? James Veitch narrates his week-long, chucklesome experience with a spammer who offered him a hot deal that will leave you in splits!
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2. Inside The Mind Of A Master Procrastinator By Tim Urban
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This guy just cannot get over his habit of keeping things unattended till the last minute, but he also knows that procrastination is bad! In this hysterical talk, he gives you an insight into his YouTube binges and periods of staring out of the window, but he also encourages you to do things before you run out of time!
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3. The Happy Secret To Better Work By Shawn Achor
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Shawn Achor, the CEO of Good Think Inc, tells you that the key to be more productive is happiness. Everyone out there believes that you can only be happy if you work harder, but is this the case? Or are we thinking about things backwards? Find out everything he has to say about happiness and productivity while making you smile throughout with his Ted Talk!
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4. Do Schools Kill Creativity? By Sir Ken Robinson
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In this entertaining Ted Talk, Sir Ken Robinson talks about creating an education system that nurtures creativity, and not kill it. He believes that the existing school systems weaken creativity, and how the rethinking of the systems can help acknowledge multiple types of intelligence!
5. Anatomy Of A New York Cartoon By Bob Mankoff
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1,000+ cartoons are received by The New Yorker every day, but only 17 of them are published. Bob Mankoff, who is a longstanding cartoon editor, gives a high-spirited and insightful talk explaining what works and what doesn’t. If this doesn’t tickle your funny bones, we don’t know what will!
Watch these top TED speakers making their point through humour and let us know what y’all think about it!