Funny Diseases

Funny Diseases

31. Skoptic Syndrome

The desire to castrate oneself.

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32. Piles

A nasty condition that makes your bum sore. Many kings had it including Stephen of Britain who ruled from 1135 to 1154. Also called hemorrhoids.

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33. Ablutomania

Constant and excessive cleansing of oneself. See also Bathroom, Hygiene.

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34. Cotard's Delusion

A rare medical condition in which someone believes they're dead. See also Death.

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35. CDO

It's like OCD, but in alphabetical order. AS IT SHOULD BE.

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36. The Dancing Plague of 1518

An epidemic of people dancing until they died. See also Medieval.

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37. A Serious Case of Nothing to Wear

I can't go to school because I have nothing to wear.

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38. Capgras Delusion

Disorder in which a person thinks a person close to them has been replaced by an impostor.

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39. Clinomania

The excessive desire to stay in bed. See also Sleep.

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40. Pageantitis Follicles

Ladies hair done up BIG! for beauty pageants, weddings, proms, etc.

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