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Stress Relievers



Stress. It's all around us. We humans endure stress of all types. It appears to be our lot in life.

But we can fight back! By reading this page on a weekly basis, can help relieve all types of stress and make life much more happy and productive. Well, maybe not more productive, but it can't hurt.


Jam miniature marshmellows up your nose and sneeze them out. See how many you can do at once.

Pop some popcorn without putting on the lid.

When someone says "Have a nice day", tell them you have other plans.

Dance naked in front of your pets.

Put your toddler's clothes on backwards and send them off to pre-school as if nothing is wrong.

Fill out your tax forms using Roman Numerals.

Tape pictures of your boss on watermelons and launch them from high places.

Tattoo "Out To Lunch" on your forehead.

Pay your electric bill in pennies.

Drive to work in reverse.

Sit naked on a shelled hard boiled egg.

Polish your car with ear wax.

Purchase a $100,000 BMW, then make a car donation.

Read the dictionary upside down and look for secret messages.

Braid your armpit hair.

Write a short story using alphabet soup.

Stare at people through the lines of a fork and pretend they're in jail.

Make up a new language and ask people for directions.

Replace the filling of a Twinkie with ketchup and place it back in the wrapper.

Run around ranting and raving to everyone that you are not stressed, they will put you away in a nice quiet place where you can rest peacefully...perhaps for an extended period.
- Sean

If you are stressed out just sit back and relax...life cannot get any worse it can only get better! - Caitlin

Dance wildly around in green stripped pajamas in front of a sorority gathering (preferably when they are wearing white).

Randomly kiss people on the forehead--they'll love it.

When talking to an annoying person, take off a shoe, and run away screaming.

Whistle the complete Carmina Burana.

Watch really bad cartoons.

Put a target on the wall, and under it, the words "in case of stress, bang head here".

Wait for someone to randomly kiss you on the forehead and coldcock 'em with a tire iron.

Try to learn how to fly.

Take off your shoes and crunch the carpet with your toes.

When properly used an AK-47 is a wonderful stress reliever.

Clinch your fists, grit your teeth, and scream...just scream.

Write a letter to your dog or cat.

Act like your favorite animal and make noises.

Dress up in unnormal clothes. Be a clown or princess for a day.

Wear clothes pins on your fingers. Does this get rid of headaches too?

Using your fists, put dents into a reinforced filing cabinet.

Call the telephone companies. Introduce yourself and politely ask if they are interested in purchasing something they already have, and you no longer need -- an office chair, perhaps. If they don't go for that try selling a desk lamp. Or some tupperware. Tell them you'll throw in the leftover if they buy now. Make sure to leave a number where they can reach you if they change their mind.

Get some crayons and a coloring book. Don't try to stay in the lines or use the correct colors.

Drive through a car wash with your windows open. - Big Daddy

Buy a small idol. Place it in the street outside your home and sacrifice every other person that walks by.

Birthdays bring good luck. The more you have the older you'll live to be.

I hate to advocate weird chemicals, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone... but they've always worked for me. -- Hunter S. Thompson

Ride a motorcycle wearing a kilt.



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