|Doctor Unheimlich has diagnosed me with
|Symptoms:||sudden jaw dislocation, hair growth, extreme rashes, vague warts|
Don’t worry, y’all. I’ve been feeling pretty good lately, and just knowing what is wrong with me is helpful. After talking with my team of doctors, I’ve decided NOT to quit dancing. We all agreed that the mental and emotional benefits outweighed the gross and horrifying physical stuff.
I can deal with the jaw discoloration and the hair growth (the hair growth hides the jaw discoloration—DUH!). As for extreme rashes, well, so far I’ve only been getting them where no one can see them, so THAT’s good. And vague warts are better than definite warts, I’ve always believed. Also, those are sprouting up (vaguely) where no one can see them, too.
Do you think you might have JD’s Syndrome? If so, I really urge you not to give up dancing. It’s what separates us from the animal kingdom (?). It can turn a frown upside-down and don’t even get me started on its calorie-burning powers. How many more cupcakes can you eat if you get jiggy with it? Dancing makes the blood pump all the way to the ears and toes and yes, sometimes it makes us feel dizzy and we hyperventilate and maybe pass out a little, but it’s all so worth it. TO DANCE!
JD’s “DANCE!” Playlist (a selection)
- Can’t Touch It: Ricki-Lee
- Pump It: Black-Eyed Peas
- Stacie Ann: The Fratellis
- Holiday: Green Day
- Goody 2 Shoes: Adam Ant
- Ever Fallen in Love: Buzzcocks
- Sunshower: Ocean Blue
- Bounce: System of a Down
- Let’s Groove: Earth Wind and Fire
- Suzie: Boy Kill Boy
- Pull Shapes: Pipettes
- Move Your Feet: Junior Senior
- Party Hard: Andrew W.K.
- Rubberband Man: The Spinners
- Generator: The Holloways
- Party People: Nelly
- Beginning of the Twist: The Futureheads
- Just Dance: Lady Gaga
I recommend downloading ALL these songs today and start dancing. Just ignore the warts and rashes.
What’s your favorite dancing music?
Did you get your own diagnosis? What’s your disease? Can we start comparing rashes?