The patient complains that he or she's "had it", that they're in the right, or that they've somehow been tormented by the disease's carrier. Highly contagious and often contracted at work or even among family members. Early onset can bring irritation, pursed lips, lack of interest in meaningless tasks, and unexplained staring. See also Profanity.
Can pop up anywhere good music is played, i.e. in car, at home, at friends. Symptoms include dancing while sitting, drumming on something that is not a drum, or just getting up and dancing. See Isaac Hayes, James Brown, Curtis Mayfield, et al. See also Dances, Music.
The second grade corollary to Asperger's Syndrome. A terrible affliction affecting elementary school teachers with unusually wide posteriors. See also Sophomoric.
An uncontrollable urge to dance, as in "Reverend Shaw Moore will not tolerate your taratism, nor the looseness it causes in your feet." Italians thought it was caused by tarantula bites. See also Animals, Dances, Italian.
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Stalker of overweight comic strip characters (Cathy, Garfield, etc) and the women who follow their daily adventures.
Also known as Chorea and characterized by irregular, dance-like movements and sometimes twisting and writhing. See also Dances.
Caused by drinking water contaminated by human and/or animal feces (presumably including a beaver's), the symptoms of the ailment otherwise known as Giardia include loss of appetite, lethargy, fever, explosive diarrhea, loose or watery stool, stomach cramps, upset stomach, bloating, and flatulence. See also Animals.
This syndrome causes people to speak their native language as if they had a foreign accent. Wacky, no?
Its not fun to say, but ironically, this is the medical term for the fear of long words.