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  Flaming_Pandas  |  15

I'm not trying to prove anybody right or wrong, but Tourette's syndrome causes it's victims to be unable to control their actions. Tourettes Guy on YouTube is affected in a way that causes him not to be able to control what he says, and that is the most commonly known effect of the syndrome.

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  AikoRose  |  15

While you may be right (hell you probably are) just having it doesn't qualify that you know everything about it. Like when you get sick it doesn't mean you automatically know everything about your illness. Not saying you're wrong bc I don't know if your right or not though.

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  ZacPalmer  |  12

#54 Your comment was pointless; and he's right. It's the most common known and least common found. I have tourettes as well and most people have no clue what it actually is. It's involuntary "tics" that we must do, otherwise it leaves us feeling extremely uncomfortable.

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  AikoRose  |  15

My comment wasn't about whether his was right or wrong. It was about his qualifying his information. He said most people experience Tourette's this way simply bc that's the way he experiences it. That's not valid logic. I never said he was wrong though. It's like saying that because you sleep at night you automatically know everything about sleeping and what the body does while asleep. Please read more thoroughly.

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  Rababco  |  29

#67 That sounds an awful lot like OCD. OCD involves compulsions that cause extreme anxiety if not fulfilled. What's the difference between Tourette's and OCD? I'm honestly curious.

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  MrConcise  |  34

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  MrConcise  |  34

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By  AngryKitten  |  12

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