Tag Archives: hypochondriacs

Questions And Answers

It's a Wonderful Life

“There are no stupid hypothetical questions; only stupid hypothetical answers.”


note: Can hypothetical questions be eliminated with hyposuction?

double note: Are hypothetical needles used on hypochondriacs?

triple note: Hypothermic needles are for cold shots, I assume.

quadruple note: Who actually looks for needles in haystacks?  I’m still trying to get struck by lightning!

quintuple note:if” is the middle word in “life“, but it’s also the middle word in wife, shifty, and rift. It’s also almost the middle word in cauliflower too!

sextuple note: If you are dyslexic, is “if” the middle word in donutfilling, refill, and poolfilter?

septuple note: ask stupid hypothetical questions here .

octuple note: Isn’t “It’s a Wonderful Life” the best movie ever?

nonuple note: image from here, but not originally.

decuple note: I had to look up “nonuple” and “decuple“.



Forgetting Words



People who partially forget a word but still try to include a portion of it into a conversation are not fooling anyone.

For example, please refrain from using these utterances when speaking: alwaysthinktheyaresickiacs, firomaniacs, or spiderphobia.

These people should really open a word definitionary a little more often.

note: I thought of this while suffering from cantsleepnia.


Pavemental Illness

I drove on a road yesterday and it was okay: today the roadcrews are working on it.

Why are the roads always being fixed?

Is the person responsible for roadwork decisions a hypochondriac?

“Sure it looks alright, but it just doesn’t feel right. We better dig it up and take a look.”

“That street is turning a funny colour; I don’t like it. We better resurface it.”

“The leftside of the highway is okay now, but the rightside is a bit off.”

“It’s not right! It should be….

staighter, more curved, more banked, less banked, leveled, widened, narrowed, higher, lower, smoother, or maybe with a few more bumps.”

“Maybe we need a bypass?”

“Take a few samples and send them to the lab.”
“Take some photos and get a second opinion.”

In summer, I think he is self-medicating!