Recently, terms like Puigmania and Puigsanity have floated around the inter-webs. These conditions are serious and must be taken completely seriously. While not deadly, all Puig-related diseases are extremely contagious. Here is a real list of other “Puig-seases” to watch out for.
Puig-arrhea: Symptoms include an uncontrollable urge to release Puigs in various places.
Puig-abetes: Watch how much Puig you intake because it could effect your blood sugar.
The Chicken Puigs: Tiny Puigs will break out all over your body. Don’t scratch unless you want scars.
ADHPuig: You won’t be able to pay attention to anyone else but Puig.
O-Puig-sity: Nearly two thirds of Americans suffer from this. It’s only getting worse.
Scarlet Puig-ver: If you have heat flashes that only Cuban athletes can satisfy, seek immediate help.
Puig-raines: A splitting Puig-ache. You have a constant need to swing at the first thing that comes anywhere near you.
Puig-atosis: You breath will start to smell like Puig. And that’s something nobody wants to be around.
Puig-monia: You’ll be vomiting up Puigs for days. Highly unpleasant.
Puig-ingitis: Little Puigs crawl up and down your spinal cord and swing violently at each vertebrae as if they’re first pitch fastballs.
Her-Puigs: It’s exactly what you think it is, and it’s awful. Use protection.
Puig-rectile Dysfunction (PD): If you have a Puig longer than four hours, contact your doctor.