Memory problems, mood problems, intrusive thoughts, unwanted thoughts, intense fears, insomnia, confusion, hallucinations, obsessive thoughts, violent fantasies, breaks with reality into a fantasy world. Internet use, Answering stupid questions posed by complete strangers.
Wait a Minute! You're Insane?
In a mad world, only the mad are sane
omg im insane!! :) and I don't even worry about it. I was hallucinating at age 3
well i'll tell ... (shh i'm trying to answer a question) ... ok lets try ... (yes i know, now quiet) ... what was the question?
Sitting cross legged on the sidewalk doing neck rolls, might be a sign...
Thinking your normal.
There are too many mental disorders to give you a perfect list. Common symptoms of various mental disorders include poorly regulated moods, delusions, hallucinations, poor impulse control, excessive anxiety, boredom so bad that it drives you to take dangerous risks, unjustified guilt, poor self esteem, changing cognitive ability, a reduced or increased need for sleep, insomnia, disrupted sleep, social isolation, lack of motivation, inappropriate emotions (like laughing at a stoplight), and disorganized thoughts.
"like laughing at a stoplight" ? WTF.......lol. .....now that's CRAZY. Most people are pissed at a stoplight.
That is a symptom of schizophrenia. It's a poorly understood disorder, but it appears to make the brain's processes very disorganized.
Too generic a question, bro.<br />
People find so many different and fascinating ways to be crazy that it would be hard to list the panoply of the brain cooties on record.
Spending more that you have/earn to keep people that don't work happy.
And that is?
Mehhh *Cuts em off , kicks em out n pays down personal bills. Buys motorhome and spends time in state parks at taxpayers expense*
Asking me that question.
If you are really insane .you will never know it. :)
Hating on Lushiro is a sure one.
take the insanity quiz!<br />
hey, i took it, I'm 9.659090909090908% insane, no lie.
Clinically insanity is: doing the same thing each day and expecting a different result.