PEDCSD (Post-Electric Daisy Carnival Stress Disorder)

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P.E.D.C.S.D.

(Post-Electric Daisy Carnival Stress Disorder)

-A condition that most people feel after a 24 hour period or when arriving back at home after EDC

-There is a feeling of depression that EDC is over or that you are no longer around your EDC friends

-Your mind keeps replaying images and favorite memories of EDC like a movie of sometime that happened a long time ago

-The only thing that can help you through this condition is by talking to your crew about EDC and how much you miss it or make plans about when the next time y’all gonna see each other

I know that EDC just happened. So does my friends and fellow rave crew members The ZipperSquad. You may have seen us around taking gianormous group pictures in front of the zipper ride at midnight. Or you might have seen my car which was tagged #sorryasianparents.

Well, any who, a bunch of us have this disorder ATM. EDC was the shit. I’ll put together a longer blog post later when my brain isn’t trying to attack itself or my skull. This hangover is deadly.

Till next time, Sype (;P)

bros
bros
the sunrise ratchets
the sunrise ratchets
morning after day 3 picture, koko is on my back
morning after day 3 picture, koko is on my back
I didn't realize that i was this short
I didn’t realize that i was this short
day 2 group picture, koko is in there somehwere in the last row since shes hella tall
day 2 group picture, koko is in there somehwere in the last row since shes hella tall
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4 thoughts on “PEDCSD (Post-Electric Daisy Carnival Stress Disorder)

    […] PEDCSD is no joke my friends. It’s a serious condition that, if not treated properly, will have a negative impact on your whole life. […]

    […] Once you leave Vegas, the emotional after effects can be severe and it’s best to acknowledge the emotional roller coaster that you will feel in the days and weeks following EDC. For tips on dealing with PEDCSD (Post Electric Daisy Carnival Stress Disorder), see this blog. […]

    […] It’s hard to say goodbye to something that made you really happy for a whole week, it’s also hard to say goodbye to your friends who you only see once in a blue moon, or this could have been one of the rare times where everyone is together, fact of the matter is that no matter how tough you are, saying goodbye at EDC is going to feel like one giant Death Cab for Cutie concert. It’s clinically depressing. […]

    UMF – South Africa | Unicorn Diaries said:
    March 17, 2015 at 5:54 am

    […] next day, the typical Post-Music-Festival-Stress-Disorder set in. This is happens when the event is over, you are tired, sore, and deeply saddened by the […]

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