If you are planning to have a day off and need some good tips, read the article about the easiest illnesses to fake for work. Insider Monkey is willing to help you out with some great ideas how to convince your doctor that you are “really” ill. Fortunately I work at home and I can finish work whenever I want to. Additionally I love my work, so I don’t need these fake tips, but they were very funny and amusing for me, too. So – want to have a day off right tomorrow? Check out this compilation Insider Monkey has come up with – and choose one of the ideas! And tomorrow – you can relax at home, watching films with a mug of coffee in your hand.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the easiest illnesses to fake for work from their list.
The first idea is that you have allergy to something. Allergies are exaggerated immune responses to different allergens such as pollen, mold, dust, etc., and they are pretty common. Seasonal allergies usually appear at a certain time of the year, for example, in spring so you may also want to consider that before you decide which allergy will you fake. Symptoms can include difficulties breathing, sneezing, coughing, etc. The next fake illness you can find out is Depression. One way or another, we are all depressed at least a little bit, and we watch a lot of TV, so we can fake a panic attack and a mild depression. Many people do it because it is easier than pretending, let’s say, an allergy or chest pain. At last, but not least – what if you have viral fever? Illnesses caused by viruses are nothing new. Therefore, this is a smart choice if you want to get a day off. The symptoms can vary from muscle pain and hoarseness to a sore throat and runny nose. One of the symptoms is also being cold so try to pretend you are cold all the time. When you have one of these, resting is the best medication, and so you will probably get a day or two off.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 easiest illnesses to fake for work.