Ask Your Doctor about SOHDD, Sense of Humor Deficit Disorder
I know, its tough times: politics, COVID-19, sitting in a hard chair contemplating the lint in my naval, watching dust bunnies swirl about the floor, but SOHDD, Sense of Humor Deficit Disorder, previously known as Irony Deficiency Anemia?
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Holy Mother of Jehosaphat, certainly not me.
I didn’t understand. I obviously needed help.
But then I asked my doctor.
He recommended doctor recommended rediculin.
Rediculin, taken as directed, will LIFT your spirits.
Add laughs to your lethargy.
Certainly did mine. I am now finding my naval very funny, especially when there is a little fluff of cotton in it from my tattered underwear.
And the dust bunnies? They are dancing a Nuryev-like ballet.
I found some old Carrot Top routines on YouTube. Hilarous.
And Amazon just dropped off my order from the Acme Anvil Company. They dropped it from a helicopter.
I know, rediculin tastes kind of yuckky, but that’s the point: Nuyk, Nyuk, Nyuk.
A few recommenations: You should take it with food. SPAM works.
And have to stick with it for it to work. After a few days, your ribs start to tickle. Sometimes it does take a week or so of use to progress from droll to slapstick, but it is a journey worth taking.
If you read the label – the type is mouse turd small – there are some side effects.
You can do too far.
Pratfalls, for one thing.
You could be hit by a swinging ladder
…or a falling piano
…or bust a rib laughing.
Or you could be tempted to get in front of a train and start running.
About 5% of users develop Kwazy Wabbit Syndrome…curable with a gin and carrot juice Martini.
But do ask your doctor about rediculin. You won’t be sad that you did.
In rare instances it could make you die laughing.