All of my recent neurotic behavior has sprung from my constant worrying about the future and in particular a future that might not include living in Philadelphia and a quick drive from my parents' house and let's not get into it now because you're making me all panicky and did I mention I've also been biting my nails recently and according to WebMD nail biting is also a result of stress and oh really? I'm clearly not asking challenging enough questions so I typed in yellow fever and apparently jaundice is good for babies and I thought we left that shit on the Oregon trail and this site is totally whack.
Now I understand why WebMD is the playground for America's hypochondriacs and I can totally see why people get addicted to WebMD the same way they get addicted to IKEA. It's like you only plan on picking up one lamp shade and suddenly you black out and when you come to you're loading your car with a new bookshelf, eight wicker baskets, two lamps, and a year's supply of votive candles. And on WebMD all you want to do is figure out how to stop grinding your teeth and then you keep finding symptoms and before you know it you think you have the plague.
Good thing I'm not really one for hypochondria except when I convince myself I have skin cancer a few times a year. Cheap home furnishings is a completely different matter though, which is why I'm not allowed to go to IKEA unsupervised. Tweet