rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Extra Suace

I do believe that this is one of the signs of the apocalypse mentioned in the book of Revelations.

Another sign of the apocalypse is me not getting to sleep until nine o'clock in the morning, but that's not Biblical. It's just me missing my hypochondria. A real illness masks all those daily symptoms with which I conjure fears of imaginary illnesses. How have I managed to survive two weeks without a brain tumor? I worry so much about not knowing what terrible disease I don't have that I can't sleep.

But tonight there will be pizza. That makes up for the absence of hypochondria. At the very least I can expect some indigestion.
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