Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Oh, I think you do

Mrs. Neun: "I'm very unhappy with you! You told my co-worker she had Multiple Sclerosis!"

Dr. Grumpy: "Sorry... Did it change your job a lot?"

Mrs. Neun: "NO! But I want to have something wrong with me, too!"

14 comments:

Neuroscience PhD said...

IF she wants to have a debilitating neurological disorder, there's already something wrong with her.

Packer said...

How can I tell you this : You do!

Mary said...

There seem to be a lot of people with her disease. And, most of them are worse off than those with real diagnosis.....at least in their own minds.

Anonymous said...

Neun is probably her married name. I'm guessing her maiden name was Munchhausen.

Anonymous said...

She can have *my* MS. No charge, even!

Now how do we arrange the donation?

23 Skidoo said...

Everyone wants to be special these days and for the folks that have no actual special talent, or anything about them that's interesting, the only way to garner attention is to have a disease. Look at all the attention people draw to themselves now. Folks used to hide in the shadows when illness struck-not the best way to handle things I admit... but now we have swung the pendulum the completely opposite way. Now there are bumper stickers for every obscure disease and people want to draw attention to themselves because of them in the name of "awareness". I'm still not sure exactly what "awareness" accomplishes but hey, it's "something".



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a.generic doc said...

So, tell the woman she's got "Mines Worsen Yur Syndrome"

C. said...

She can have my sister's AS or my good friend's leukemia. How about being thankful she's healthy

Anonymous said...

I will give her all of my $$$ if she will also take my rheumatoid arthritis.

Anonymous said...

Can I send her my lupus so I can enjoy the sun with my kids this year?

Mrs J said...

Wow, obviously she does not have any kind of debilitating disease, if she had any clue of the very real pain and suffering, she would change her mind. She just wants people to log and ahh over her "disease" and feel bad for her. This type of person is self centered and very annoying.

Anonymous said...

Narcissistic Personality Disorder, complicaded with Hypocondriasis? Wait, excuse me, 'Health Anxiety Disorder'.

Anonymous said...

I'd be more than happy to give her my kidney failure so she can go on dialysis and I can have my life back.

RehabRN said...

Grumpy:

You find some real gems, dontcha?

What a weirdo!

Leave her with my MS people, they'll have her running out the door. ;->

 
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