Thyroid Humor

Laughter May Not Be the Best Thyroid Medicine
But It Can't Hurt

Welcome, Thyroidians!

It's another Thanksgiving, which means it's another year when Mary Shomon's Websites point you all this way. Give me a minute and I'll try to clean the place up a little.

Oh, wait, that's not gonna happen.

That Thanksgiving Article was originally written a million years ago. Or 5. Five feels like a million sometimes. Well, we've had our ups and down and backs and forths, but here we are, five years later, and the whole thyroid thing hasn't killed our sense of humor yet, has it?

Coming soon to this very space, the 2005 version of "Shopping for Your Hypo Friends"

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Sorry I haven't updated in forever. You won't hold it against me, will you? Good. Holding a grudge through the holidays isn't healthy. And we know health, don't we?

And what holiday season would be complete without listening to Christmas Carols? None! Thyroid disease sufferers, whether over- or underactive, love nothing more than hunkering down in an overstuffed comfy chair with that special blankie and some snacks, to listen to holiday music and watch holiday specials on television. I could just do that all day…and I have!

And the more thyroid-specific, the better, right? Here is a list of my favorite Thyroid Carols:
  • All I Want for Christmas is my 2 TSH
  • I Saw Mommy Not Really Interested in Kissing Santa Claus
  • Silent Night Sweats
  • What Diet is This
  • Goiter to the World
  • Little Saint Neck
  • Little Gland of Bethlehem
  • Away in a Brain Fog
  • Oh Come All Ye Top Docs
  • Oh Holy Nodule
  • The Fat Noel
  • Oh Thyroid Gland
  • Have Yourself a Hypo Little Christmas
  • Little Endocrinologist Boy
  • Santa Claus is Coming to Make His Way Through the Piles of Crap in My Living Room

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Jody's Greatest Hits:
Humorous Articles About Everyone's Favorite Gland

Put Some Gravy On That
I'm a New Me
A Letter to My Pal Santa
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