With the increasing proportion of elderly in society health advisors have increasingly raised concerns over “Aldtimers” disease.
This little-recognised illness, previously known as “degenerative humour loss” which results in those of a pension able age becoming increasingly grumpy, without a sense of fun or humour is difficult to diagnose, one of the late signs being the repetition of the phrase, “Uaghhhhh, Bloody kids!”
Sixty-two year old pensioner, Wainsly Schwartzkopf aspiring writer for Newsbiscuit has received little response to his attempts at comedy, received few stars, few comments, which first led him to question his condition, researchers assured him that his material was mildly amusing, but that he was entering early stages of the illness. Undeterred, Mr Schwartzkopf said that he would continue to post on the comedy website, using it as a gauge to monitor his progression into sadness and hoped that the comedy equivalent to Vaigra might be found to cure his problems, restoring his sense of fun, at least noticeably to others, even those on the site. Currently research in this illness is at a standstill, a spokesman for the minister told us that priorities lay elsewhere.