Fed I applaud you. In my world giving up my sense of humour would be like giving up breathing. It's good to see someone else has a sense of humour and can see the funny side of this stupid disease.
Humour got me through 18 hr shifts in conditions the RSPCA would have condemned. We worked like dogs, but didn't have the same rights.
Lets be honest about PD.............
God decided to give mankind /womankind a variety of nasty fatal diseases when he invented the world. Then He sat down and invented simple non fatal diseases, like colds, headaches and cramp at the cinema. It was a bit of a rush job however, because Mrs God wanted to go out on Sunday.
When He'd completed this endeavour He looked at his work and found He'd left a gap between the fatal nasty diseases and the simple annoying diseases. So He came up with Parkinson's,which was nasty, but not fatal. As Mr Parkinson wasn't yet born it was in the log originally as the achy, shaky, give us a breaky, disease.
Elvis honed this into his own act later in history and made a fortune. All his shaking failed to dislodge the back log of burgers in his system unfortunately and he had a heart attack while sitting on the bog.
More famous people contracted the disease as time went on. Mohammed Ali who carried the Olympic torch and set fire to the cheerleaders pom poms and Sir Roger Bannister who now runs the four minute mile backwards.
These things kept the heavenly choir giggling and thus prevent boredom and strikes.
I walked down the road to my Pilates the other day and got an award for best Rock and Roll dance.
I also mentioned in another post about visiting a pub loo with double entrance doors. This turned into a Dr Who telephone box between the doors.........and I had only drunk half a glass of cider. Where else could you do this legally?
When I forget things......like leaving my wife in town......I have a built in excuse. Not only am I a legal junky, I'm fire proof (as long as Mohammed Ali isn't about) as well.
The only thing that surprises me is the government haven't taxed me yet.
Morph (keep on, keeping on Fed)