A recent report in The Lancet magazine has shown that people who whinge at length about chronic health conditions on the social media site, Facebook, stand a slightly better chance of recovering than those who choose homoeopathic remedies.
According to findings by The Royal College of Surgeons, people who drone on endlessly about their aches and pains on their timelines stand absolutely no chance of the practice making the slightest difference to their condition, compared to a less than zero chance of homoeopathic medicine having any actual beneficial effect.
A spokesman for the RCS told a meeting of The General Medical Council: “Serial Facebook whingers are wasting their time, to be honest, and the sooner they start to realise that nobody reads their tedious whinings, and, more importantly, that no one cares, the better for all concerned. The same goes for the utter planks who swear by homoeopathy incidentally.”
These findings come just a day after a study by The Royal Choral Society revealed that people who post pictures of their bastard dinners deserve hanging and hanging high.