Newest Review: ... addiction into me. For the past week I have spent my days marking all of the products I use out of 5 in my head...... Is this normal? The... more
Dooyoo Deficiency Syndrome (DDS)
Member Name: Seven17
Date: 26/10/12, updated on 26/10/12 (36 review reads)
Advantages: More reviews!
Disadvantages: Less free time!
Here is a list of my top 8 weird and wonderful symptoms of Dooyoo Addiction, and Dooyoo Deficiency Syndrome (DDS)
1. Picking an item off the shelf and thinking "Do I need to suggest this?"
I kid you not i was stood in Tesco the other day with a bottle of chilli sauce and i thought to myself, this can't be in the catalogue. I suddenly realised it was not the Food/Drink month, and put it back.
2. Buying cheap items for Dooyoo Profit
When I find cheap items like shower gel for 10p or glue for 10p or a sponge for 10p i think to myself "Yeah, 10 readings and i'll make a profit from this, not bad."
3. Using every minute of your lunch break to return rates.
Besides stuffing my face with a sandwich i tend to spend my 30 mins break sitting around in the cafe returning rates.
4. Writing about everything, and i mean literally everything
To the point where you're stood in your kitchen thinking "I wonder if i can review those annoying ring pull tins?"
5. Logging in when you wake up
Before i start my day i get breakfast, shower, read the news and more recently, check dooyoo. All within the first 45 minutes of waking up.
6. Getting excited when someone posts a comment on your review.
I often find it is like an unread email, or a letter when someone posts a comment, and i therefore have to read it immediately, even if it's a hateful comment left by a revenge rater.
7. Deliberately searching through the old and unpopular dooyoo catalogue to find random stuff like "Test Object 1" or "IMAGE TEST"
I did actually write a review about something called "Test Object 1" recently. I was that desperate for free space to write about anything.
8. Treating Dooyoo like a social network
Its like facebook to me, i have to see what everyone has written, i have to comment on new reviews, i have to upload new pictures to my profile, i like seeing what other people are buying and things like that. Its better than facebook actually.
Please, someone... Get help.
Summary: Surely some of these must be common symptoms of DDS and addiction?