Alright so I'm heading into the library. And as I'm heading for the door I see this woman on her cellphone right outside the door. She mentions something about a missing an appointment or some such thing, because she had a bladder infection.
I don't stop if anything I start to walk faster, only thing is someone else is in front of me so I can't get past them into the building. I'm turning my head in order to hide the smile that's forming and doing anything I can to stop from letting out a giggle and I'm thinking, "why do I want to laugh, this shouldn't be funny!"
Who out there has been in this kind of situation where you know you shouldn't laugh, either becuase it's at someone else's misfortune or because it would just seem childish... but you did anyway. Did you try to hide it, did you try saying something like, "Oh, I'm sorry I wasn't laughing at you... it's just that I spontaneously remembered this other joke I heard that I found funny."
Maybe people shouldn't talk about there bladder infections in public places.