After experiencing months of unusual behavior, my wife made me go to the doctor for a checkup. Spending time in the woods walking to and fro, talking into an object that everyone knows is NOT a cell phone, jotting down little notes, and collecting and carrying around strange and seemingly worthless trinkets, made no sense to her. I told her it was nothing, but she insisted on finding a cure.
The doctor sat me down and told me that I have contracted Cache-itis, a rare and greatly misunderstood disease. He said that I may have contracted it from an airborne pathogen known as geocaching. He then wrote something down on a piece of paper and handed it to me. “Good Luck and tell your wife I’m sorry.” were his last words before billing me $700 which, I might add, is not covered by my insurance! If you or someone you know has Cache-itis, please decipher the prescription below. If we all stick together, we can beat this thing. This is a relatively new remedy so be sure to call ahead before picking up the prescription.
1-2 Many Cache Street, Find, IT 12324
GEO-PROFIN - For symptoms related to Cache-itis.
Take 1 capsule by mouth only after a short hike, but no more
than 3 capsules in a 24 hour period.
This Prescription May Impair Vision, The Ability To Walk A Straight
Line Or Climb A Hill. Use Care Until You Become Familiar With Its Effects.
May cause Apathy.
CAUTION: FEDERAL LAW DISCOURAGES PROVIDING SPOILERS OF THIS CACHE BY ANY PERSON
OTHER THAN THE PATIENT FOR WHOM IT WAS ORIGINALLY PRESCRIBED.
Prescription # UMAYB@RISK2
Qty 30 - Standard Black Capsule - 1 Refill Before: 12/31/2014 - Dr. A. Micro
Oh ... and if you can't beat it .......... Keep On Caching!
The cache container is a camouflaged "Prescription Bottle" (what else? ) containing small trade items and log. Bring your own writing instrument.
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