Pestilence script

A is for Anthrax

B is for Bubonic plague

C is for Cancer

D is for Dysentery

I pity your poor souls ruined by your incompetent mistakes.  That’s the reason why you’re here is it not?

Patient number 452: diagnosed with Nature deficit disorder – being less exposed to the environment resulting in a wide range of behavioural problems. Poor girl, being holed up in her pig-styled room, watching haphazard things on the internet; spending all night looking at Facebook and other garbage, hours upon hours reading how terrible life is, how delicious some food were and other nonsense that she lost her relationship with nature.

Patient number 453: Mysophobia – a pathological fear of contamination and germs. She avoid everyone like the plague, she thought everyone was unclean, disgusting.  The only place she detested the most was nature. All of the dirt laying on the ground, trying to touch her and the people there; contaminated with filth and germs, that she shut everyone out. She was petrified of the thought: all the germs and grime reaching out to touch her, and take her away.

Patient number 454: Adjustment disorder – occurs when an individual cannot adjust or cope with a particular stressor, like a major life event. She believed climate change was real; always supported her belief. But when she voiced her opinion, everyone hated her. She felt like the whole world shunned her; she looked, for someone who was on her side, who knew that climate change was real… but there was no one. She couldn’t keep up with the pressure, the feeling of despair… that’s when she snapped

A is for Antibiotics

B is for Benzodiazepines (ben-zoh-die-az-uh-peens)

C is for Chemo

D is for Death

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