Schrödinger’s Laugh

Schrödinger’s Laugh [shroh-ding-ers laf]


  1. The strong expression by one that paradoxically may be either laughing or wailing, this being tied to an earlier random event. It creates an awkward period during which the observer does not know which and thus how to properly react.
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