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Morbid People Imagine The Most Fitting Slogans For The World's Diseases

_In this day and age when Big Pharma is taking the World for all it's worth and the healthy rate is plummeting, it maybe a good idea to try and sell some diseases to the masses to lighten the mood. At least if you're suffering you could do it with a little chuckle. Or maybe some people's comedy is a dark glimpse into their twisted psyche, which is fitting for some diseases. If nothing else the following is pretty spot on. _

Redditor _\MBNLA _asked **If diseases had slogans, what would they be? WARNINGRead with caution. Everybody has good intentions. \**

MEMORY. ALL ALONE IN THE MOONLIGHT...

Alzheimer - Don't worry, you won't remember a thing.

AIN'T THAT THE TRUTH?!

Autoimmune Disorders - Be your own worst enemy.

TRUTH!!!!!

Cancer: At least we're not Comcast.

I'M NOT TWITCHY FROM DRUGS.

Anxiety: It probably hates you too.

I GOT IT ALL!

Hypochondria - You CAN always get what you want.

TRUTH IN COMEDY!

Herpes; not everything stays in Vegas.

I LOVE THAT SONG.

Polio: Everything else that doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

I'D WALK SLOW NOT RUN.

Crohn's disease- How about: Time flies when you have the runs

FEEL THE RYTHMN.

Arrhythmia: Ya like jazz?

DON'T BE ROTTEN.

Gangrene: it'll cost you an arm and a leg.

OH GENTLEMEN!

For married men it could be:

Alzheimers - Wake up with a new woman every day!

THAT'S NOT WHAT JESUS WOULD SAY.

Leprosy - I can't believe it's not butter!

HOLD ONTO THAT 'OFF' SPRAY!

Malaria- because mosquitoes just weren't quite annoying enough before.

HOLD ON TIGHT!

Vertigo! It's a trip!

YOU KEEP LOOPING.

PTSD: we don't live in the moment, we re-live the moment

HAPPY IS OVERRATED.

Depression: You probably don't deserve to be happy, anyway.

TURN OFF THE LIGHTS.

Epilepsy - Seize The Day!

STICK WITH THE CLASSICS!!

Narcissistic personality disorder - because you're worth it!

SAD AND TRUE STORY.

Lupus: no one will believe you.

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