Oh That's Crazy Talk...

You can’t mock someone for something they are well aware of. For instance, if someone has OCD and you poke fun at it: the result is at a standstill. Ok. Now what? The same applies when you mock someone for having any mental disorders and that person knows they’re a crazy sunnovabitch’, then you’re results go streaming down the drain like dirty sewer water. On the other hand, the person yip-yappin’ their mouth about how crazy someone is may be the result of a disorder brewing within themselves. Who knows…?

One of my favorite quotes:

“Insane people are always sure that they are fine. It is only the sane people who are willing to admit that they are crazy.” ~Nora Ephron

Have you ever heard someone rant on and on about their ex-boyfriend or girlfriend calling them “crazy” or they have “multiple personality disorder”, etc., etc., etc.? Have you truly looked at that same person and wondered the same about them? People who claim that everyone else is crazy usually means they are hurt for whatever reason, not realizing the compliments they have just given out.

Who wants to be normal anyway? The other proven theory is that most the intelligent people – let me say “geniuses” are more likely to borderline the brink of insanity. Studies show that DARP-32, a common gene found in our brain is the same gene that correlates intelligence with insanity, or severe mental disorders like bi-polar disorder and schizophrenia. So when someone tells you that you’re crazy, thank them for it and take it as a compliment.