the wall of hypochondria

I had a doctor’s appointment earlier this week.  Had to wait several weeks to be seen and of course once I arrived why not tack on another 45 minutes of wait time right?   I don’t mind hanging out in the room, waiting, and waiting —— and waiting.   In the last 6 months or so my doctor has included something that I like to call the WALL OF HYPOCHONDRIA.   There are little slips of paper with symptoms of various illnesses or afflictions.   Problem is leave me alone in a room long enough and I’ll believe I’ve got it, no matter how absurd:

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