word of the day: October 22, 2009
Fatigue which is used as an excuse when one does not want to perform undesirable tasks such as work.
My co-worker claimed her Chronic Fatigue Syndrome kept her from coming to work, but she had no problems making it to the nightclubs. What she really has is Selective Fatigue Syndrome.
A.K.A. Albert Haynesworth disease. Known to affect large, unfit individuals on the Redkins offensive line after 1 to 2 consecutive plays. Symptoms include phantom ACL tears, "back spasms" and other clearly non-life threatening falls to the turf.
Oh shit, the Skins $100MM off-season championship Albert Haynesworth looks like he must have broken his femure - he's really writhing around on the ground...
No, dipshit, that's just his Selective Fatigue Syndrome. He'll eat a donut on the sideline and will be fine after he takes another 4 series off.