I wanted to know if there are any other people that suffer from IFAS or it’s more common cousin in the United States: IBAS. This is something I take very seriously, one might even say it's "super serious," as it can manifest itself without any provocation from the individual or their environment. It is very easy to diagnose, as there is only one main condition for this entirely involuntary and very serious syndrome.
Unfortunately the only cure that has been discovered has been to move to another country where one might either blend in with other sufferers or be less influenced to have an IFAS outbreak. As well, due to IFAS and IBAS being especially contagious, moving to a foreign country (even one with socialized health care) is not a good long-term solution and can end up spreading this very serious ailment. It is even possible to spread it across the interwebs.
Very serious research has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that a minimum of 70% of everyonehroughout all or part of the majority of their lives.
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So does anyone else here have a case of IFAS which makes you break out in an Involuntary Foreign Accent? Anyone else have Involuntary British Accent Syndrome?
:D No, I’m not really serious, but foreign accents are fun. Which do you prefer or imitate?