Saturday, May 26, 2012

P Syndrome

Pobrecito syndrome is a condition running rampant in many neighborhoods and communities. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging all individuals with affected family members to remain patient and calm while a cure is found. The largest group affected by this debilitating disease seems to be Hispanic fathers however the CDC is warning citizens that no one is immune once exposed to the condition.
As infectious disease specialists work around the clock to learn more about P Syndrome, below is a list of symptoms that should not go untreated. Due to the difficulty of diagnosing one’s self with P Syndrome, we recommend you sit down with a strong female family member such as your wife or daughter while she provides answers to this checklist.

Symptoms of P Syndrome

• If you call this person on the phone and the first thing they say is, “Que milagro! You never call me,” even though you just talked for two hours yesterday.

• No matter how many trips you make to visit this person, they swear it's been forever since they last saw you.

• You send this person a card and follow up with a phone call a few days later and their response for not calling to thank you for the card is, “I didn’t want to bother you.”

• When you seem frustrated or upset by something personal in your life, they ask you, “Why are you mad at me?”

P Syndrome should not be taken lightly. It is recommended that individuals demonstrating any of the above symptoms be treated with extra doses of love and patience. Scientists are studying potential causes of this new disease and believe it can be brought on by factors such as drinking too much tequila, listening to corridos and or watching too many John Wayne movies.
Rest assured. There is hope. I will be collecting money from now until the end of time to fund future blog posts on the condition so inbox me if you wish to contribute.

Join the fight, one pariente at a time.

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