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Funny story: Neurotic New Yorkers Debate Who's Most Anxious

Neurotic New Yorkers Debate Who's Most Anxious

"I don't know anybody who has worse anxiety than me," said Lauren Kane of New York City. "I wake up every morning with a crushing sense of dread. If I even managed to fall asleep the night before, that is." While sympathetic to Lauren's anxiety is...

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Funny story: Nashville Songwriter Summarizes General Life-Weariness with "Oh, ya know"

Nashville Songwriter Summarizes General Life-Weariness with "Oh, ya know"

Carson Ray, an erstwhile singer-songwriter living in Nashville, Tennessee, stumbled onto a powerfully handy turn of phrase suitable for responding to just about any inquiry or passing remark in, "Oh, ya know." "It works for just about anything," s...

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Funny story: Trump-Weary Americans Eager to Experience the "P" in PTSD

Trump-Weary Americans Eager to Experience the "P" in PTSD

In the face of accelerating climate chaos, threatened raids on undocumented immigrants and their families, and incessant presidential tweets reminding them of the maturity level of the person leading their nation, many Americans say that they are eag...

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Funny story: New York Woman Happy to Be Single by Choice

New York Woman Happy to Be Single by Choice

Although it would be quite simple for her to meet her soul-mate and fall madly and passionately in love should she so opt, 38-year-old Brenda Meadows of Brooklyn, New York, is genuinely happy to be single by choice. “It’s a decision I feel so good...

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Funny story: Nashville Man Becomes a Stoic

Nashville Man Becomes a Stoic

In the grand tradition of Roman emperor/philosopher Marcus Aurelius, Ben Foley of Nashville, Tennessee, decided to become a Stoic. "I dig it," said Foley of his new way of life. "It's chill. Steady, as my man Marcus liked to say." Foley explain...

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Funny story: Big Pharma Introduces Medication to Cure Creativity

Big Pharma Introduces Medication to Cure Creativity

With a wave of artists and perforners coming out about their experiences with depression, anxiety and other mood disorders, Big Pharma giant Smerck & Co. believes that it has found the solution - by more accurately pinpointing the problem. "Ar...

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Funny story: New York Writer Disappointed When His Deep-Rooted Existential Malaise Is Diagnosed as Basic Depression

New York Writer Disappointed When His Deep-Rooted Existential Malaise Is Diagnosed as Basic Depression

After decades of struggling with his deep-rooted existential malaise, Mitchell Hartley, a writer living in New York City, finally sought professional help in dealing with the transience of everything and the inherently unsatisfactory nature of life,...

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Funny story: Worker Pissed Off With Bosses Is On The Verge Of Telling Them To Go Fuck Themselves

Worker Pissed Off With Bosses Is On The Verge Of Telling Them To Go Fuck Themselves

A middle-aged worker at a local company, who has suffered at the hands of his intimidating, brutal, and bullying employers for so long, has now had just about as much as he can possibly stand from them, and is close to telling them to go fuck themsel...

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Funny story: Man On Park Bench Ruminates On Whether Or Not It's Worth Going On

Man On Park Bench Ruminates On Whether Or Not It's Worth Going On

A man sitting alone on a park bench was witnessed looking glum today, whilst ruminating on his sad existence, his place in society, and whether or not it was worth dragging his pathetic life out any longer. Or, at least, that's what it seemed like to...

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Funny story: Woman's Shirt Contained Spelling Error

Woman's Shirt Contained Spelling Error

A man traveling as a passenger on a motorcycle yesterday afternoon, told how he was titilated when he saw a woman walking in the street wearing a shirt that had a message on it containing a spelling mistake. The man, Moys Kenwood, 55, was on his w...

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Funny story: Old 'Self-Efficacy' Research Paper With Proper APA Documentation Style Helps Man Remember Just How Depressing, Overwhelming, And Lonely His College Years Were

Old 'Self-Efficacy' Research Paper With Proper APA Documentation Style Helps Man Remember Just How Depressing, Overwhelming, And Lonely His College Years Were

Crawford County, Wisconsin. Feeling lighthearted, happy, and full of joy, Ron Wesley, 38, decided to dig through his basement last Saturday, February 9th, in the sincerest hope that he could remember just how depressing, overwhelming, and lonely his...

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Funny story: Overwhelmed, Unhappy, 'Burned-Out' Social Studies Teacher Goes Completely Berserk and Impales Numerous Community Members

Overwhelmed, Unhappy, 'Burned-Out' Social Studies Teacher Goes Completely Berserk and Impales Numerous Community Members

Midwest. Wes Johnston, a 39-year-old Social Studies Teacher who seemed rather upset with the path he had chosen in life by earning a Master's Degree in Education instead of a Business Degree, went completely berserk last Thursday, after a parent cal...

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Funny story: Side-Effect-Free, Comparably Effective Depression Medication: Prescription Placebos

Side-Effect-Free, Comparably Effective Depression Medication: Prescription Placebos

After a number of published - or, more often, unpublished - studies called into serious doubt whether antidepressants were any more effective in treating clinical depression than placebos, Big Pharma giant Smerck & Co. transformed a potentially c...

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Funny story: Big Pharma Sues L.A. Comedy Club for Claiming Laughter is Best Medicine

Big Pharma Sues L.A. Comedy Club for Claiming Laughter is Best Medicine

Pharmaceutical giant Myzer Inc. filed a lawsuit against Los Angeles comedy club Laugh It Off, seeking to prevent the club from proclaiming in its marketing materials that laughter is the best medicine. “They’re not qualified physicians,” noted Myz...

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Funny story: Man Got Drunk, Sat In A Wheelbarrow, And Cried For His Mommy

Man Got Drunk, Sat In A Wheelbarrow, And Cried For His Mommy

Christmas isn't always a happy time, and, for some people, it can be a period of downright misery. This was the case with one man on Christmas Day, when the pressure of his work, the failure of his relationship, and the alienation and isolation of be...

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Funny story: New York Man Credits Antidepressants with Saving His Life (or at Least Possibly Helping a Little)

New York Man Credits Antidepressants with Saving His Life (or at Least Possibly Helping a Little)

Rich Jones of New York City credits anti-depressant medications with saving his life, or at least, possibly helping a little. "Instead of total despair, i now just feel generally blah," reported Rich. "For that, I have these drugs to thank.” R...

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Funny story: Area Man Thinks Ex Still Cares

Area Man Thinks Ex Still Cares

Years have come and gone since their inevitable break-up, yet local Burbank, CA resident, Steve Shaw, has continued to convince himself that the depressing fire that burns within his hopeless soul has somehow been reciprocated by his longtime ex-girl...

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