A condition that happens to skateboarders who are unable to land a desired trick after many tries. Some skateboarders develop superstitions or routines before, during or after skating which are suspose to help reduce or prevent madness. Symptons include but are not limited to: breaking or "focusing" one's skateboard, swearing loudly, rabbling or talking to one's self, kicking or throwing one's skateboard, intentional injurying one's self, and talking to inanimate objects such as handrails, ledges, benches or skateboards. Skateboarders who suffer from it often become very determined to land the trick that is giving them trouble. It is not uncommon for a madness victim to continue trying the same trick for several hours. It is very hard to talk a madness victim out of trying they're trick. Skateboarders with madness may continue trying the trick even if they become seriously injured from trying it.
Gosh, Aaron's would be a great skater if his madness didn't kick in after a every few tries.
You can't land that flip switch if you can't even do it regular! Geez man, stop the madness!
Kyle landed a few tricks on it and then that's when the madness set in.
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