Not married to Katherine Jenkins Disorder

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NMKJD disorder

Feeling of Being Lost, and needing more Katherine Jenkins.

Not Married to Katherine Jenkins Disorder(NMKJD), also known as Prat depression orBugger I need a time machine blues, is a mood disorder in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year experience depressive symptoms for all of the year repeatedly, year after year due to not being married to Katherine Jenkins.  Being depressed and melancholic is not to be confused with being quintessentially British, although if anyone can explain the actual difference between those two i’m all ears. The US National Library of Medicinenotes that “some people experience a serious mood change from the moment they rise till the moment they fall asleep. They may sleep too much, have little energy, and crave sweets, starchy foods, and or Katherine Jenkins.  They may also feel depressed.  They may also not sleep enough, have too much energy and nowhere to channel it, and so feel depressed. Though symptoms can be severe, they usually clear up when they go to the toilet (an enjoyable interlude to an otherwise regret strewn day) or sleep, or die..”


The condition in the summer can often be marginally better if the weather is Mediterranean in nature, and females/males abound (depending on how your bread is buttered), meaning less reliance of the toilet intermissions for a brief respite in self torture.

There are many different treatments for classic NMKJD including light therapies with lots of money, good company, fine beverage, and a female/Male of good tactile frame. Oh and Katherine Jenkins.


Yes that’s right I can Sing Classically With Mezzo Soprano, I am beautiful, young, and can lay the smack down in wearing dresses.  I even make men angry with it.


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