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    Quote Originally Posted by Sultan of Beans View Post
    New Study Shows that Your Birth Month Might Have a Lot to Do With Your Overall Health

    I'm a May baby.

    “The risk related to birth month is relatively minor when compared to more influential variables like diet and exercise.”

    Oh damn
    I find the fact that they included a higher risk of ADHD and neurological disorders with those who are born in december/november. I believe I read somewhere that there was a ridiculous discrepency between diagnosis for those diagnosed in January vs. December. And I believe that one of the proposed hypotheses were that instead of it being some sort of eerie coincidence or there being some sort of psychic correlation, it was just because generally school systems base who they accept from each grade on a calender year. So that children who were born in December are behind both cognitively and emotionally from their peers born in January by a whole year-which can lead to a tendency, especially when younger, for behavior that might be labeled as ADHD.

    But yeah, so basically I am saying is that there tend to be other explanations that are either not well understood or generally overlooked in favor of what appears mysterious or fun.

    Lol though I know you weren't exactly looking to write a book on this, just felt like saying that.

    Anyways I was born in September and I do have asthma so...

    Oh wait there is more to this that I didn't read! Oh so maybe my asthma isn't a curse from the September Gods...

    Edit: Ok phew...

    Earlier studies, for example, had connected birth in late summer or fall with asthma or respiratory problems, since mothers pregnant during the winter may be more likely to catch the flu or other respiratory infections.

    Makes sense a bit, I could see where there would be a correlation. I guess that your mother being pregnant primarily during the summer or at least starting her pregnancy at that point, when you are developing the most rapidly and have the most (*ahem-might not know what I am talking about) room for developing slight genetic mutations/shaping different aspects of your genome slightly by influence of the infection of your mother, could cause you to be more succeptible to developing asthma or other respiratory illnesses.

    This actually is interesting and more than pseudo science- like like like.

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    Oooh there are bunnies and baby deer in my yard... It is like I am in some sort of fairy tale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty6226 View Post
    Some of the posts in the Graveyard are the funniest things you will ever read.

    So to all those who contributed

    BRAVO
    What's really funny is that most of them were meant to be taken seriously.
    WOOP WOOP WOOP
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    fyi strawberry limeade is still delicious when it's hot and flat. sign of a good drink

    also i drove randomly and this person in another car kept waving at me enthuisiatcly and so i waved back equally so i don't know who he was but good times, we kept meeting each other at red lights.
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    Who makes something due at 11:41 am! Are you joking me? It's 11:43, and now it's late. What is this... This man is some demented definition of evil.

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    Why oh why do I stay up late when I get stressed? Most counterintuitive and counterproductive thing ever.
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Why oh why do I stay up late when I get stressed? Most counterintuitive and counterproductive thing ever.
    Go to bed, young lady.

    There, did that help?
    WOOP WOOP WOOP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wixiw View Post
    Every ad for every female beauty product ever.
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    I cant wait for the weekend, its been so long since I had a proper night out and I'm going to drink so much guinness west indies export.

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