Do you study cannibals if you are an abnormal phychologist?
I really want to study cannibals. Do you when your an abnormal phychologist?
Mmm, you do seem obsessed with cannibals, and the inability to spell, psychologist, perhaps you need to see an abnormal psychologist to get to the bottom of these apparent problems.
I'm sure that a bunch of professional people do not go around calling themselves, abnormal psychologists, sorry, they would be open to all the jokes every stand up comedian could write.
Also, further to one of your earlier questions, I'm sure that psychologists, abnormal or not, don't go around referring to their patients, or future patients, as, crazy people.
I am not obsessed, I'm just interested in them. I want to know why they do such things.
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