Doctor Bieber is In!

Symptoms: Can’t get “One Less Lonely Girl” out of your head. It’s there morning, noon and night! Even when you’re chatting with your besties, you end up humming the tune!

Diagnosis: Songstuckinhead-itis.

Cure: You need a more balanced Bieber diet. No “One Less Lonely Girl” for a week, instead, try “Love Me” or “Favorite Girl”.

Symptoms: Try as you might you can’t get your hair looking as great as the Biebs… and he’s a boy. Argh!

Diagnosis: Badhairday Disease

Cure: If your luscious locks are refusing to do as you tell them, hide them under a cute hat. Better yet, borrow your bro’s baseball cap for an even more authentic ode to Justin.

Symptoms: Scarily enough, you don’t feel like listening to My World, watching Justin’s videos, reading his tweets OR searching for new pics online! ZOMG!

Diagnosis: You’ve officially overdosed on Justin. Uh-oh!

Cure: It’s time to take a mini-holiday from all things Justin. Play in the park, gossip with your bestie, catch up on some homework – whatever it takes to refresh your mind, body and spirit. You’ll be fine in 24 hours, and ready for even more Justin!

Symptoms: You find yourself singing different melodies or versions of all the songs on My World.

Diagnosis: Futurepopstar Syndrome

Cure: If you’re riffing on JB’s music to create your own, maybe you’re discovering your inner stage talent! Enrol in some singing lessons and get ready to sign up for Australian Idol!

Symptoms: You’re totally smitten with Justin – everything about him makes you smile, all day ever day!

Diagnosis: Bieber Fever

Cure: There’s no cure for this because you’re not sick. Enjoy loving JB just as much as we do!

Copyright Georgia Clark 2010

 

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About Georgia

I'm a young adult novelist with a weakness for hot nerds and cheese platters, not necessarily in that order. I am currently working on my third novel. I'm pretty excited about having just turned 30 because it means I can justify spending a lot of time thinking about homewares.
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