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    Is there a condition that causes a person to just randomly start singing for no reason?

    I have this guy at work who is constantly bursting into song for no apparent reason. My workplace is for people with special needs, so I'm wondering if it's a part of his condition or he's just being annoying.

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    Ducky

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    LOL!

    Happiness,contentment & the love of music.

    ....is he in love ?

    I burst into song whenever I'm feeling happy, contented or just lost in thought. Sometimes, I don't even realize that I'm singing until someone makes a comment...."You sound happy today". I don't think that I am afflicted with some kind of disease or condition. Do you?


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    country bumpkin

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    You do look a little yellow.
    Ducky

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    I am....very.
    country bumpkin

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    Much better than being green. :)
    Ducky

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    It's not so easy being yellow either!!!!
    country bumpkin

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    I learned in school that yellow and blue makes green. (*~*)
    Ducky

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    We just talked about that in my art class a couple of days ago. It's the only thing that I ever remembered from art class in school. :)

    Sing,whistle or hum,simply because you are feeling very happy with yourself and where you are inlife..>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<..

    I would suspect it is a condition of the nervous system known as Tourette Syndrome. TS causes people to have “tics”. There are two types of tics—motor and vocal: Vocal tics are sounds that a person makes with his or her voice. Examples of vocal tics include humming, clearing the throat, or yelling out a word or phrase. How often a person has tics changes a lot over time and even though the symptoms might appear, disappear, and reappear, these conditions are considered chronic.

    terryfossil 1

    I must be lucky Westy,i have motor and vocal ticks,they can be very embarrassing some times.. i have been told they are quite often assosiated with Asperges Syndrome..at my age i really do not care anymore..>>>>>>><<<<<<..

    There is a condition like the one you are describing actually, it's called Misophonia. This one girl has it and she bursts out humming, and there is trigger sounds for that to happen.

    its called being happy.



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