Thursday, 11 August 2011

We're famous!

The bible of mental disorders, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition (DSM-IV), will list a new disorder in the next month's publication.  Illogicopedic Surreality Syndrome AKA Bull Goose Loony Syndrome, a condition brought on by prolonged exposure to Illogicopedia, will be defined as, "a condition whereby the patient experiences articles read at the Illogicopedia wiki web site as a substitute for the "real world". Some symptoms include atypical drooling, incessant reading of Illogicopedia articles, snorting coffee grounds and attempting to use the sphincter as a musical instrument (particularly in imitation of French Horn or mandolin).


Readers should be aware that they might even now be under the influence of Illogicopedicism, and headed down the corridor to a cell, where you get a special jacket and lots of jello.  I don't want to scare anybody, but I'm getting the hell out of the country before the really bad stuff starts.  Good night, and good luck.

3 comments:

Harry Yack said...

Thank you for bringing this disorder to the attention of the Illogicopedian public. I believe it is an oft-overlooked problem which can take over one's life - I know from personal experience.

Sadly my symptoms evolved beyond drooling and fart concertos to conducting full-on conversations with the dog, television and mother-in-law. It's beyond redeemable.

Sensei Gruntled said...

Och! Ye've got it bad, mate!

TheHappySpaceman said...

I've got it bad, got it bad, got it bad, I'm hot for teacher.