Described by Holly Golightly as "Suddenly you're afraid but you don't know what you're afraid of."
An awful affliction brought on by watching too much BBC; usually manifests in a British accent and a sudden craving for tea. See also Sophomoric.
The maddening fear of that single most dangerous species on Planet Earth...plants.
A sufferer of this disease displays highly exaggerated movements, and tend to leap out wildly. And despite the unusual name, it really exists.
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The fear of vegetables.
A real disease that affected people during 10th century Europe. The Anglo-Saxon term describes a sudden stabbing pain. Much like rheumatism.
Caused by nerve compression when you pass out in an awkward position. See also Alcohol.
The spontaneous flow of milk from the nipple as a result of excessive Prolactin.