Wednesday, June 25, 2014

PMS and Science

Things are crazy around here right now. So you can understand why now would be a bad time to have the PMS. That having the PMS at this stressed-out moment would result in periodic and wildly embarrassing crying jags and the occasional abrupt transition into being a raging B/Disney Villian. On a good day, I could handle the immense amounts of stuff on my to do list in fairly good humor. But PMS days are not my good days. In fact, I made a chart to illustrate:

(You can click this to make it bigger. Not that size matters.)

Maybe you're skeptical about how the data on that chart proves definitively the effect of hormones on my emotional health and ability to deal. Maybe you need another chart.

Oh, I can. It's clearly evident, my friends.

Ovaries don't lie.
I also polled trusted experts in medicine, advanced scientific studies, and exotic lady parts -- they concurred.


I think I have demonstrated that I'm an authority on this subject. I thought about maybe turning this blog post into a Ted Talk or something. But sadly, if I had to do it this week, it would just be me getting stressed out and and snapping at the audience and maybe yelling a little bit. Then apologizing right away, then crying because I feel bad that I yelled at them. And I would probably make really bad food choices at lunch and then walk on stage with a smear of queso on my boob. That wouldn't be cool.

Whatever, PMS is dumb.

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