|Synthophonaphobia:||Fear (real or imagined) of the Synthophone & all things
Synthophonic. An acute,
sometimes chronic, physical, mental & emotional malady for which there is no known cure.
|One who is afflicted with Synthophonophobia. These are
generally, but not always, musicians. The mental & emotional
characteristics of Synthophonophobics are readily apparent when they
utter phrases such as: “WHAT'S THAT THING???” or commonly refer to
the Synthophone erroneously as a saxophone. This is also an
indication that the “poor eyesight” phase of the disease is onset.
are also easily identifiable physically - by their thin heads.
Synthophonophobics are to be pitied and understood - but not necessarily tolerated. Scientists believe a “tough love approach” may hold hope for their condition to improve. Improvement is all one can expect, since there is no known cure.
|Synthophonophoria:||The state of complete ecstasy achieved while playing the Synthophone. Some of the “masters” are even said to be able to achieve this state merely by touching the Synthophone!|
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