Saturday I was in Edinburgh to be at the showing of our film “Born to Be Mild.”

Audience reaction was wonderful. I watched people sitting in front of me. They were chuckling much of the time — sometimes outright laughter.

(I should point out that we dull men prefer chuckling. To chuckle, according to Webster’s, means to laugh quietly, inwardly — most appropriate for us, right?)

Comments overheard:

•  “Hilarious”

•  “I didn’t realize there were organizations like the ones in your film.”

•  “I’ve never seen men having so much fun doing such ordinary things like that.”

•  “Thanks for letting us know about this stuff.”

Edinburgh Peter Willis