Panic attacks.

Its weird how we start panicking the moment we hear of a viral infection like Congo Hemorrhagic Fever and will come up with our own theories on what to eat and what the disease actually entails, despite having not met a single person who’s contracted the disease. As of last night, I have met 8 people, all of whom swear they are suffering from Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, yet are actually suffering from exhaustion and the flu. A good way to shut up people who are getting panic attacks is to murmur in a low tone ‘so how long has it been since you ate at Hot and Spicy?’ and if they’re too freaked out, call an ambulance and send them to the nearest hospital so that they can get a blood test.

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