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January 25, 2011

REMINDS US OF COLLEGE

Imagine being attacked by one of your own hands, which repeatedly tries to slap and punch you. Or you go into a shop and when you try to turn right, one of your legs decides it wants to go left, leaving you walking round in circles.

(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)

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I wonder what happens when she claps.

Paging Dr. Strangelove

"I'd light a cigarette, balance it on an ashtray, and then my left hand would reach forward and stub it out."

Sounds like the left side is the smart side.

♪ Dueling Brainjos ♫

Man to wife, "but honey, I did not want to pinch that beautiful woman, my hand just reached out and did it" " Honest"

*slaps oldfatguy with both hands*

I'm sure she deserved it.

*WHACKS* oldfatguy with alien bat.

Right hand *SMACKS* oldfatguy while left hand *gooses* oldfatguy.

The leg ailment is referred to as "Tourette's Shindrome."

When doctors talk about "practicing medicine" incidents like this come to mind... no pun intended.

"by then he was suffering from a fatal degenerative brain disease, called kuru, probably picked up in the early days of his research while splitting brains"

Actually, kuru is most often transmitted by eating brains, and was epidemic among a tribe of cannibals in the mid-20th century...

I was going to make a joke, until I saw the video.

That is downright scary.

The "hokey-pokey" as a pas-de-deux.

My company's upper management is often like this.

Shut up, moron!

who doesn't love slapstick?

I think I already saw that movie. The scene ended with Bruce Campbell taking a chainsaw to himself...

I have a couple of syndromes that can deliver symptoms similar to this woman's. It's really frightening to lose control of yourself. My friends and family have been even more frightened.

I have often had just the opposite response from one of my hands.

Did result in some blindness though.

You mean that's not *Ouch! Stop hitting!* normal?

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