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Be more like Psoriasis

If you’re clicked this post you are probably thinking “What do you mean by be more like Psoriasis?” You see, I’ve been thinking. Psoriasis isn’t all bad, in fact it has some good sides. You may need to bear with me on this but believe me, it makes sense, well in my mind anyway.

Psoriasis didn’t’ attack me because of my age, colour creed. It just doesn’t care where you’re from, what language you speak or what your religious beliefs may be. Psoriasis will descend upon just if it feels like it.

Okay, so psoriasis may be a sadistic, evil little so and so but at least it doesn’t pick on you because of anything you’ve done. (Oh how I look forward tot he comments of “you must have lived a bad life, that is why you’re being punished”.) The thing is, that doesn’t matter either, whether you’re good or bad, your chances of getting psoriasis are pretty much the same.

Now I like to get a long with everyone and I, like psoriasis, do not care what your religious background, the colour of your skin or what football (soccer to my American friends) team you support. Let’s have a beer (or non-alcoholic drink of your choice, see I don’t even discriminate against tee-totallers), let’s share food (mostly steak but hey, if you’re vegan or vegetarian then grab something to your taste) and let’s just get along. In today’s world it seems we don’t do this enough.

So, like I say, let’s all be more like psoriasis (expect the making your skin peel and bleed, itch like billy-o, make us feel depressed and/or anxious and generally make us feel annoyed). Hmmm, have a feeling it is a good thing that I didn’t go in for professional debating.

 

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