The KISS Medical Journal reports that Xmlholism is a growing problem affecting a large percentage of the adult developer population. Police reports place Xmlholism as the leading cause in code rage incidents. Xmlholism might be damaging your well formedness too.
The ten most common signs of Xmlholism are:
- Distorted vision. Xmlholics report seeing brackets everywhere, especially in low light conditions.
- Loss of balance. Xmlholics report loss of balance as major problem affecting their work and social life.
- Mood swings. During therapy, Xmlholics routinely talk about their love/hate relationship with text.
- Poor judgment. Xmlholics are more likely to find themselves in situations where their docs are typed and their data is bound.
- Slurred speech. Xmlholics often report that they cannot space names properly.
- Slow reflexes. Xmlholics often experience prolonged bouts of architecture diagrams.
- Loss of memory. Xmlholics find it hard to function in society without constantly jotting down information and carrying these “specs” everywhere they go.
- Disorientation. Compared to the average population, Xmlholics are ten times more likely to confuse elements with attributes.
- Ulcers. Xmlholics often find themselves dealing with RDF, WS and other grave medical conditions.
- Imparied sexual function. See poor judgement.
Leading medical research indicates Xmlholism is often the result of childhood trauma and major life loss. According to researchers, Xmlholics are often born to overbearing frameworks, and a growing number have experienced standard bodies at one or more points in their life.
Xmlholism is often comorbid with other forms of drug abuse. Recent studies indicate that Xmlholics are five times more likely to develop an addiction for Java and consume a drug that goes by the street name XSD.
Credit: Special thanks to Matthieu for coming up with the idea.