Because Laughter is Apparently the Only Medicine

By Piper Bayard

No matter what your stand on Obamacare, it’s undeniable that so far it’s falling ludicrously short of White House promises, from the crafty bait and switch that is resulting in a majority of people having to change their health insurance* to the website that will forever stand for monumental bureaucratic incompetence.

So what can we do? At this point, there’s nothing we CAN do but laugh. Let me help you out with that today.

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Because Laughter is Apparently the Only Medicine

9 comments on “Because Laughter is Apparently the Only Medicine

  1. So embarrassing, this “GLITCH”! I do know a lot of people who have signed up without any difficulties, my brother included. He is thrilled to have affordable care! 🙂

    • Piper Bayard says:

      I’m delighted to hear that this is actually working for someone, and that his care is affordable. So many people have stories of having their insurance unexpectedly pulled out from under them, only to face their expenses being drastically increased. It’s good to hear a positive result. 🙂

  2. Another great blog post. LOL Yeah, all you can do is laugh. Note on the gummy bears, the sugar free aspect is why they have that affect. There is an alcohol in there that is very bad when mass consumed. LOL

    • Piper Bayard says:

      Thank you, Pauline . . . I’m sad to say I have learned about “sugar free” the hard way. Now I look at candy like I would Spam. If it’s not the real deal, why bother?

  3. melissajcb says:

    OMG! Gastrointestinal Armageddon! You are killing me!

  4. JackieP says:

    Being a diabetic I have had my worst moments after eating some candy made with sugar alcohol. As one comment was made on the candy, if you need a colonoscopy use this candy instead of the nasty stuff to drink. Does the same thing, cleans you out! Too funny well except when it happens to me. Which it did and I never touched the candy again.

    • Piper Bayard says:

      I’m with you. I’m not diabetic, but I have experienced “sugar free” candy during a health kick. That can definitely make candy permanently unappealing. I think pharmaceutical companies should look into this for that colonoscopy process, for sure.

  5. Reblogged this on mchllmdm and commented:
    Hahaha, their blogs always make me laugh. 🙂

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