Another American Disorder

Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Posted in category Boobus

The latest soon-to-be disorder: habitual texting, or, sleep texting. People who can’t stop texting, even in their sleep. This is supposedly the consequence of a “busy life.” So now, obsessive, bored, do-nothing teenagers who text all day long are described as having “busy lives?” How about “bored lives?” Note the young girl in the video was on a prescription sedative-hypnotic drug. The very last comment of the story notes that when the young girl stopped taking the drug, the obsessive sleep texting stopped. Yet, the technology is blamed, not the lack of interest in living a quality life, or the pills.

I can’t wait until they come up with a drug that supposedly stops the obsessive texting caused by potent sleeping pills that folks need to take to fall asleep because of the other pills they take (that keep them from sleeping) for all of their other disorders.

Do we have a known disorder for people who have too many disorders?

 

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3 Responses to Another American Disorder

  1. dollie hunter says:

    February 15th, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    Yes. The disorder for multiple disorders is called hypocondria!, Which actually means there is no real disorder.

  2. Tommy Udo says:

    February 15th, 2012 at 10:59 pm

    I’ve never texted in my life, wouldn’t know how, and couldn’t car less. The only telephone I own is bolted to the wall in my kitchen, and the receiver is attached with a cord. Somehow I continue to lead a healthy, content life without a little telephone in my pocket.

  3. Ken Ashley says:

    February 16th, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    The Big Pharmy and Big Farmy stuff is poison but the gadgets are worse. Something weird is going to surface. But how will we know when weird is the norm?

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