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Yes, my psychiatrist is a boss. She did the impression spot on without looking up from her notes, which was hilarious. Woopwoopwoopwooooop
By thanksdoc - / Monday 24 June 2013 22:12 / United States - San Antonio
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This comment was bad, and you should feel bad.


Not going to feel bad over what a stranger on the internet feels lol


because... NO *grumpy cat meme flashes*

  cathyfang1533  |  12

Your joke was bad, you should feel bad.


Chipmunk.. You have to say no to everything *snaps fingers*

  Mech1989  |  13

I mostly agree with you... sex makes me happy, exercising makes me happy that I'm getting stronger but not me able to lift my arms makes me not so happy. lol


Exercise, sex and sunshine all help in my opinion. It might help to organize your life and start working towards a goal, however small. Shave your legs, even... What? It helps.


When someone is diagnosed with depression, it isn't the same as "sadness" those things probably wouldn't work. As someone who also suffers from it, on some cases, it's actually made things worse, I'm not saying for everyone, however, it is possible, if anything, they should go for a walk, or try a relaxing activity,

By  JimSweatshirt  |  6

I'd usually google Zoidberg... By why not wait til some generous commenter lets me know what it is?...

  JimSweatshirt  |  6

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  shesaywha  |  19

southpark is terrible.

By  SqueakyChipmunk  |  20

I don't see the FML in this. I wish my psychiatrist was this good natured. Her idea of a joke was telling me she mixed up my medication with a patient of hers who happens to hear voices.

By  olpally  |  32

Yeah... Give me a real answer doc. Ya dick.

  Ameel_fml  |  19

#23 Being depressed doesn't mean you have an inability to laugh or find jokes funny. And just because someone chooses medication to help their mental illness, that doesn't mean they're "doped up on meds".

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