do we need psychiatric help?




these 8 simple questions can help detect serious vincent problems:


* have people ever annoyed you by criticizing your vdo addiction?
* if vdo called you on the phone, would you tell hubby?
* have you ever watched a vdo movie first in the morning to steady your nerves?
* do you wanna lick screen when you watch TWWW?
* have you ever got teenage-attacks like: "omg he is so cuteeee!!!"?
* do you feel it is impossible for you to live without vincent?
* do you ever question your own sanity?
* have you ever overdosed on any LOCI eppy?

please note: an anti vincent therapy is effective, but how well and for whom has not yet been adequately researched!

18 comments:

  1. Well, I don't have a hubby any more, so Vincent can phone me any time he likes and not fear.

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  2. Most of those don't apply to me apart from the first and last one, so obsessed I may be but not THAT obsessed.

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  3. Anonymous6.4.08

    Well gotta tell ya, as a long time fan it's hard to stop using that Bobby-drug.
    I need a twelve-step program! xD

    ~Cindy~

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  4. I do question my own sanity but it has nothing to do with the dahling Vincent... LOL

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  5. val is the lucky one!

    jane, i saw a #5 comment by you somewhere out there ;)

    cindy, for us 12 steps are not enough.

    ann, i really thought i'm alone with that problem.

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  6. Of course I think he is cute Jazzy.

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  7. I don't have a hubby either, if Vincent wants to call me, I'm available, day OR night. I adore him and see absolutely nothing wrong in that. He lights up my life ;0)

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  8. No hubby here, either. Most of these don't apply to me, however, I do have a whole other list of Bobby addiction symptoms from which I happily "suffer." As for sanity, or the lack thereof, it's a relative thing, don't ya think?

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  9. yes,no,yes,yes,yes,yes,yes,yes...does that mean I have a problem?

    Obviously I don't see any of the above as a problem,more a way of life these days...long may it continue :-D

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  10. well, depending on your point of view, i either passed with flying colors or flunked your quiz.

    I HAVE A PROBLEM AND I'M PROUD OF IT AND MY VDO SISTERS!!!

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  11. I'd like to contribute question
    #9(which I have personally experienced): Have your grown children teasingly called you Mrs. D'Onofrio?

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  12. My husband and I have an agreement that VDO is on the "short list" of men I am allowed to leave him for, if given the chance. Is it sad I have made this arrangement? I think not...

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  13. now that is a very cool meeting of my evil twins ;-)

    hubby or not - we have a problem of first order and yes, we are proud of it!!

    jersey: it's even worst than that: bf starts to call himself mrs. donofrio - i admit that confuses me a bit.

    best agreement ever, gooddessdster! hope you have notary's certification.

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  14. wait...who would want anti-Vincent therapy?!?!?!

    That is just too sad a thought to contemplate...

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  15. I think women who do NOT have our addiction need help.

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  16. well, i'd say some of these DO apply to me. apart that i don't have a hubby and i'm STILL a teenager, well, the last to are definitelly mine. hehe

    Ali:)

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  17. I have all those symptoms,and much,much more worse symptoms than those!!;))Vincent is my only sddicion,I wont give up!!:))I rather..this so true..give up chocolate or coffee!!:))And very proud of VDO obsesecion!!:));))Women which cant see how VDO is hot need help!!;))Now I don't have a hubby.But VDO can come to my room and help with my obsession..personaly!!:));))

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  18. I am addicted to VDO and REFUSE to become UNaddicted. Hey, I gave up cigarettes on January 1st. Isn't that enough?!?!?!? LOL

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