The symbol for bipolar disorder.

The lines represent the "cycling" or changes in mood one experiences. This symbol can be used in a number of ways as you will see below.

Alex is \/\/\/\.

(Alex is manic depressive)

Kimmie was giving me head one second and trying to rip mine off the next, she must suffer from \/\/\/\, more commonly known as \/\/\/\.

(Kimmie was giving me head one second and trying to rip mine off the next, she must suffer from manic depression, more commonly known as bipolar disorder)

Kurt Cobain was \/\/\/\, \/\/\/!

(Kurt Cobain was bipolar, \m/)
by amgoldberg November 02, 2006

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