The Lemondrop Dream Blog: When Men Kiss Trophies

Hello friends. My name is Lemon Reilly, your Life Doctor. I am a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Homeopath with freshly smelling, non-creepy offices in Peoria. I offer safe healing alternatives that complement my physical remedies, guiding seekers with special techniques to help them achieve peace, joy, and life fulfillment.

Matilda from Michigan writes:
Hello Lemondrop, recently I have found it strange to watch as grown men I know, otherwise hardboiled as eggs, burst into tears and kiss trophies. Is this mental illness?

Lemon replies:
Yes, Matilda, it is mental illness and should be treated with heavy sedatives. My own father was known to weep on occasion when his bowling team won tournament matches, and though he never got his hands on a trophy, something tells me he was probably a trophy-kisser. You never know how people will act when in the possession of firearms, fast automobiles, or trophies. Consult your primary care physician immediately — this is beyond the scope of a life doctor.

Dr. Don Markenbaldi from Rookinagan writes:
Lemon I think I remember you from high school. You were the effeminate pimply square who always sat in the front of Mrs. Hitlerschtein’s biology class and encouraged her by asking softball toss questions. Did you have a crush on her or something? Oh by the way you are a certified quack.

Lemon replies:
I am a certified life doctor, and grew up in Pasadena, Dr. Markenbaldi. As an adolescent I did suffer from acute outbreaks of acne, but was more into history than biology.

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