My Fellow Thyroidians, Starship Enterprise be Calling
I’m not writing to your thyroids, I’m writing directly to you. This is because I need your help to test a scientific hypothesis.
I have an idea that I think will help combat global warming. You see, no matter how rocks-melt hot it gets here in Texas, in the summer, my toes remain icy cold. In fact, they get colder in summer than they do in winter. I actually *added* a second quilt to the bed this week, which has been the hottest weak of the year recorded in my area. Right now, for example, my toes would probably read a temperature of absolute zero if I had a thermometer that could go that low. So, this got me to thinking…
If every person in the world with thyroid disease were to take off his/her shoes and socks at the same time, and wiggled his/her toes into the hot air for 15 minutes, how much do you think we could decrease global temperature just by exposing the atmosphere to that much icy flesh?
Who’s with me on this? It’s worth a try! If the experiment is a success, earth will be cooled and our toes will be warmed. Even if the experiment fails, it will still be fun. When should we do it?
Written by, Michael Wilson
“If you can’t laugh at yourself, your Synthroid won’t work.”
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