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Is having the Munchies worth it?

Postby atmont » Wed Aug 26, 2015 2:26 pm

Having Munchausen is just not worth it. Do you want to be escorted out of the hospital by security while all the nurses, doctors, and mental health professionals look at you? I don’t know about you but I’d look like a complete fool. For what? Just some medical attention which double your odds at getting caught.

You better be a damn good liar. Inconsistency only increases your paranoia at getting caught. So what if you got all the terminology in the world and research? That’s not enough to save your sorry ass when you finally find the hospital that will catch you while you make a fool out of yourself. It won’t be long if you want to hit other towns.

How long do you have to wait? You better be patient in that waiting room. At any time the doctor and security will rush you and you’d better be ready to lie once again and explain yourself once again to save your sorry ass. And if you make it far enough it’s more waiting for beds to clear. It can be up to six hours and up than you could end up getting transferred and wait some more.

How are you going to get medical attention now? There’s not much really when you’re trying to get in there besides your lying and staff has to input stuff in computers and have meetings. They don’t have time to test you. There are more important things to tend to than some patient that really isn’t priority. That’s not medical attention. Nurses will do their thing as always but there
are nurses everywhere what makes them so special in a hospital?

The groups are common sense and you don’t need a degree or background experience to teach it.
You better figure this whole medical attention out.

There are better ways but even its short lived because you will never simulate a mental illness or physical problem that will come close to anyone that would give you enough medical attention to make you feel like it’s worth it.

It’s no simulation when everyone has to rush in and give you finally medical attention. This is called a hoax. That means you went too far. People will know right off the bat because you will never get it right when you’re arrested and have to go through the justice system. You will get more attention in jail. But how are you going to go hospital hopping now?

I don’t know about you. But I’d rather just malinger. It’s so much more worth it than having Munchausen which is a big waste of time. Still I have my own reasons.
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Re: Is having the Munchies worth it?

Postby atmont » Wed Aug 26, 2015 8:12 pm

By all the "you's" I was referring to my sorry ass. Not anyone else's. I know it's a legitimate problem and respect that. These are just my thoughts and what I learned pretending to have the munchies and couldn't get it right.
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Re: Is having the Munchies worth it?

Postby atmont » Thu Aug 27, 2015 2:35 pm

I think Munchies by Internet is much more worth it. It's easy to lie and get attention online. I could be lying that I pretended to have the munchies when I didn't and couldn't get it right. That's for you to decide but I think it's got to be worth it. Too much trouble and hassle in the ER just to get the doc and nurse to check ur vitals and leave you to dry for up to six hours is not worth it.

Simulating a physical illness would be too much paranoia. I don't know why the munchies is a severe illness. But that's just me that if I simulated a physical illness, than I'd be laughing too hard in front of the doc and everyone else just to get caught.

Others would probably agree. All this pretending is too funny to pull off. I guess if I enjoyed laughing my ass off in front of medical professionals than it's worth it.
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