If your laugh turns into a cough, does it mean you're dying?

In the movies a dying person who laughs always starts coughing. They are usually covered in concrete dust and blood. If my laugh turns into a cough, will I still die if I'm not covered in concrete dust?

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  • You sound moronic.

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  • Only if you hear sad music playing.

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  • Maybe there is a problem with your lung i would definitely go to the doctor if you smoke illegal weed "carts"

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  • I don't know but it would be nice if you did die so we get less useless posts taking up space on here.

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    • I wouldn't be talking... your dumb comments alone take up 50% of the screen real estate on this site.

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      • Is that right? Most people who think my comments are dumb are taking me seriously when I'm not actually being serious. Hint hint.

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        • This sight wasnt made for not being serious even though I am a Joky person and its not made to make more problems

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          • How do you know what its made for? And even then, who is there to make me follow that? I'll be serious when I wanna be and joking when I wanna be.

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            • IIN: “ We feel that to reveal embarassing or private things, like, say, masturbatory habits (for me, about once a day, usually in the shower), we have given someone something, that, like a primitive person fearing that a photographer will steal his soul, we identify our secrets, our pasts and their blotches, with our identity, that revealing our habits or losses or deeds somehow makes one less of oneself. But it's just the opposite, more is more is more—more bleeding, more giving. These things, details, stories, whatever, are like the skin shed by snakes, who leave theirs for anyone to see. What does he care where it is, who sees it, this snake, and his skin? He leaves it where he molts. ” And God

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  • I hope so.

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