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I keep checking for more updates. You guys are GOOD! These are so ON, plus wow is it great to be able to have a laugh at the expense of PTSD. Makes the darn thing less intimidating for 5 minutes.Wish I could come up with some but for now am SO enjoying the fruits of all your wits!
Hee! Not long ago I had to get rid of a perfectly good can-opener because the daily struggle with it was just becoming ridiculous.
I have one.
You know you have PTSD when you buy 10 of everything so you can always find at least one.
That's true, too! The daily confusion/frustration/anxiety/self-loathing of missing items is too exhausting. I cope by buying ( seriously) like 10 hairbrushes, house keys, scissors, pens, rulers, hairspray- anything that is going to dissolve into thin air and ruin a good part of the day.
I hope someone puts all these posts together. It's a very cool thread to point new members too because it's completely serious with a lot of information but also lets us laugh a little.Nice in a day when the hair brush has dissolved again.
Thanks all who have added to this!
-When Terminator 2 is your favorite feel good family movie.
-When you discover a wonderful paper on psyops next to your fourth grade report card.
-When you can explain why each family member's suicide plan is flawed but don't correct them.
-When your closest childhood friend was a social worker.
-When you find diagrams of bullet traps and instructions on how to make napalm written in crayon.
-When you clearly know more about the flaws of water boarding then the last president.
-When your grade school book reports are on domestic violence.
Yes - Apocalypse Now! I also had a thing for Platoon - I think I watched that one about 15 times. Natural Born Killers was a fav, too, along with any slasher movie that came out (i.e. Nightmare On Elm Street).