“In a word, if my migraine was an animal it would be a_______”

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  • Vicki Thompson
    7 years ago

    a laughing hyena.

  • Vicki Thompson
    7 years ago

    funny how one word doesn’t always cut it.

  • Rita Frances Miller
    7 years ago

    a pitbull (hangs on and has tremendous pressure per square inch).

  • Meredyth Melcher
    7 years ago

    killer whale, dangerous, potentially deadly and something that still surprises and amazes.

  • Susan Cleveland
    7 years ago

    tiger. It slowly creeps up, stalking my life. Then in pounces, sinks it’s claws in my head and crushes my will in it’s jaws.

  • Jodi Jackson Goebel
    7 years ago

    Honey Badger……

  • Jan LeBrun
    7 years ago

    Dragon – “huge, perched on my crown and tearing to get in / or OUT of my skull.

  • Barb King
    7 years ago

    f@cking cobra! Rapid strike and debilitating at least x4 a month.

  • Jerri Ross Stamps
    7 years ago

    Hippo. Wallows in the same spot for hours, sometimes days at a time. Aggressive and invasive and not at all social.

  • taralane
    7 years ago

    An active volcano. It erupts, the pressure builds, and then it erupts again, spewing hot lava and ash all over the place! Not really an animal but the best I could come up with.

  • Jamie Sohn
    7 years ago

    Chihuahua

  • Deborah Marie
    7 years ago

    King kong dying.

  • Kimberly Darling Rankin
    7 years ago

    In a word, if my migraine was an animal, it would be a HONEY BADGER!

  • Stacey Popiel Erickson
    7 years ago

    Honey badger don’t give a ****, I can tell you that!

  • Bee Lindquist
    7 years ago

    Mine would be a rabid saint bernard because I feel like Cujo when I have them

  • Ashlee Taylor
    7 years ago

    Yes! Cuz honey badger don’t care.

  • Buffi Helton Messer
    7 years ago

    A panther: dark and stalking, you know it’s there but you can’t quite place where & you know that it WILL pounce and when it does you’ll be in a world of pain…

  • Louise M. Houle
    7 years ago

    porcupine

  • Shelly Naaktgeboren Craft
    7 years ago

    A python snake….not letting go!

  • Sandra de Helen
    7 years ago

    Psycho with a knife, stabbing me in the head — repeatedly.

  • Gail Alison
    7 years ago

    Wolf, stalking lying in wait for the perfect moment to pounce & slay…

  • 7 years ago

    a rabid dog

  • Joy Waters
    7 years ago

    My migraines (and I’ve suffered them for 20+ years) is like a huge Aanacoda wrapping around my neck and using all it’s muscle to break me.

  • Kelly Lasiw Hibbert
    7 years ago

    venemous snake

  • Janene Zielinski
    7 years ago

    Shark!

  • Valerie DiEgidio Slaughter
    7 years ago

    My migraine is a swish feeling, like being on a boat in rough water. I could always tell when its coming on I could hear it in my ears first then within an hour the pain sets in.

  • Kimberley Burgess Piccioni
    7 years ago

    Leech because it sucks everything out of me.

  • Alison Riith
    7 years ago

    Honey badger because it just does what it wants and doesn’t give a you know what!

  • Amy Koester-Nervig
    7 years ago

    Snake

  • Andy Honaker
    7 years ago

    a 500 pound gorilla!

  • Theresa Beauchamp
    7 years ago

    My migraine would be a sloth, slow moving, always there, and isn’t mindful of those huge claws!

  • Sandy Farley
    7 years ago

    rabid tasmanian devil.

  • Teri Robert
    7 years ago

    parasite

  • Vicki Thompson
    7 years ago

    well said…..says it all.

  • Danielle Turney
    7 years ago

    PLATYPUS, read about them and you will know why.

  • Chris Zahn
    7 years ago

    a(n) Anaconda….. word anaconda comes from the Tamil word anaikolra, which means elephant killer… it crushes its prey… my current migraine is crushing… other cultures bull killer or tiger killer.

  • Dinah Stair
    7 years ago

    Grizzly.

  • Abigail Bristow
    7 years ago

    black widow spider very painful takes forever to kill or mame you but you are quite sure that it will someday and there is no ammount of medication of any kind that makes the pain stop. ( on the up side for more nerve block injections soon so I should have some temporary relief again soon until they can do the ablaision!) <3 U <3 abby.

  • Linda Barham Nabors
    7 years ago

    A Mutated Rhino. It’s heavy to take away all energy and crushes your head and stabs with it’s horn. It’s part mosquito, always buzzing around ready to strike, and a wolverine with knife like teeth always biting and is tenacious to the point of death.

  • Jennifer Collins-Gonzalez
    7 years ago

    Great White Shark, all bite, pain and no remorse…

  • Maureen Baxter Douglas
    7 years ago

    A leech with a scorpion tale. It is always there and I can always feel it but it does not always sting me.

  • Katie Robinson
    7 years ago

    wolverine

  • Eileen Sexton Rzecinski
    7 years ago

    slithering snake, that just slithers around in my head and then strikes for hours at a time.

  • Angie Adams
    7 years ago

    a giant porcupine stabbing me in the head with all its quills at the same time.

  • Anita Boyd Tinnerello
    7 years ago

    A python that squeezes the living life out of me.

  • Anita Boyd Tinnerello
    7 years ago

    Oops, more than one word…

  • Karen Mullins
    7 years ago

    Machete with an elephant on it and strobe lights.

  • Becca Sue Owca
    7 years ago

    wolf, howling

  • Tim McCarty
    7 years ago

    python

  • Gail Baker
    7 years ago

    LION!

  • Brandy Butler
    7 years ago

    A mad tiger.

  • Janice Worden Lamb Clemens
    7 years ago

    rattlesnake

  • Michele Muraviov
    7 years ago

    tazmanian devil

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