1. a condition aquired by patrons due to repeated visits to the popular William Penn Bar in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Characteristics include, but are not limited to:
a. excessive consumption of beverages of the alcoholic sort
b. ridiculously good times with friends
c. staying at the bar hours later than you had originally intended
d. random bouts of dancing and singing
e. frequent creeper sightings
f. a hangover the morning after followed by an immediate and overwhelming desire to return to the Willi P at one's earliest convenience.
The only known treatment for the disease includes additional nights of debauchery at the William Penn.