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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Local Disorder


The first two are real.

17 comments:

  1. I am totally guilty of London Syndrome! Even if I'm not in the UK, but talking to someone with any of the UK accents, I can't help (attempt to) imitate their accents.

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  2. this is a really good comic, one of the funniest posted in a while :)

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  3. I saw a performance by Henry Rollins where he said that as soon as you get behind the wheel, everybody else forgets how to drive.

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  4. I see you left off Stockholm Syndrome…

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    1. Actually I plum forgot about it...but now that I think about it, it doesn't really have anything to do with Stockholm, does it?

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    2. The names comes from the psychological effects seen on hostages after a bank robbery in Stockholm. It probably had been noticed elsewhere, but I think the headshrinkers in Stockholm where the first to really study it.

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  5. I guess one for Asia would be automatically stooping or hunching when entering any indoor space, be it a building or a public transport.

    (yes, my husband could not stand straight in a lower level of double deckers in Singapore)

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  6. Hey man, you're in the front page of Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/MURICA/comments/3fzvci/guys_its_time_we_had_a_chat/

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  7. Haha, thanks to this strip I learned about this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stendhal_syndrome.

    Stendhal (his penname) is originally from this city where I currently live. We have a university named after him.

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  8. Montreal syndrome is real, I swear! You also forgot Mexico City syndrome, the urge to sing La Cucaracha every five seconds

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  9. I can vouch for the existence of number two! I'm told there's a whole hospital reward reserved for its victims.

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  10. FUCK YEAH :D Montrealers, we so kind!

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