The Heartbreak of Psoriasis

Most know it from an old Tegrin commercial, but “the Heartbreak of Psoriasis” has become a widespread cliché, and here’s a giant list of Web references to it.

We’ all heard it: “the heartbreak of psoriasis.“ Usually from attempts at humor in situations or articles that have nothing to do with psoriasis. The phrase is still used quite a bit in advertising for current psoriasis products, however, but those instances will be found on other pages of this site. In fact, some uses of this phrase can be found in movies and songs, others can be found in Web Directory blurbs, and still others in articles about famous people with psoriasis.

Some of what can be found below is slightly amusing, but be aware that some of it can be seen as quite caustic. Where your own sensibilities fall is a matter of personal perspective, of course.

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Adventures in Poetry

Al Gore Warms Up

Alchemy Mindworks FAQ

The Amazing Randi at Uncyclopedia

America’s Apostrophe Catastrophe, by Arianna Huffington (December 16, 2002)
Amygdala’s Blog

The Antidesktop

April is the Cruelest Month

Backwater Message System Message (Jan 29, 1986)

Bad Day?

Behold, the Power of Coffee!

“The Best of Both Girls” (see Psoriasis in the Arts)

Blame it on El Nino

Boogie Chillen (March 12-13, 2002)

The Brewsletter UrquellPDF File (meeting minutes, page 2)

Building Empires

Classroom Trailers are a Nationwide Problem

Click ’n’ clip: A coupon quiz

Coach Hugh Wyatt’s Football Coaching (Feb 2002)

Conservapedia:Delusions on RationalWiki

The Conspiracy to Keep You Poor and Stupid

Davis and Davis at Cypress College

The Delusion of Limited Government

Do Nothing, Lose Weight with NoFlex®

Dutchman Butte Lookout Florida Review

FDA OKs new drug to fight foot fungus

Fido News (February 22, 1993)

Fireplace cooking cures the winter blues

Forever Knight Question of Week 66

Former Teacher Stumps More than Students

The Future of Medicine

Get Your Own Temple, Pal

Glory or Horror Awaits — Part 3

Grad Student Madness
Grease (see Psoriasis in the Arts)

Grease the Axles and the Palms

“Heartbreak of Psoriasis,” starring Divine (see Psoriasis in the Arts)

“Heartbreak of Psoriasis,” by Root Boy Slim (see Psoriasis in the Arts)

Hobby Hoarse

Honolulu Lite
If VeriSign is So Bad, Why Are They Still in Business?

Interview of the President [Clinton] with WWWE Radio, Cleveland

JDBC for MySQL Conditions for Use

John Bridge Forum Message (September 19, 2002)

The Lascar’s Lighter Side 5

Lying for fun and profit

Malice in Blunderland: The Transformation from Soft-Headedness to Hard Core

Millenium Hell
Model Release

The Modern Day Book Of Health And Hygiene (1881 Edition)

Molly Ringwald Sounds Like an STD

Monkey Spit Disclaimer

My Judging Self (Comments)

The Nettie Archives (September 2002)

One from Column A…
One Man’s Shocking Ordeal, And The Wife Who Put Him Through It

The Painful Reality of the Primal Papercut

Philly Talk Radio Online — The Rant and Rave Wall

The Phony ‘Peace Movement’

The Pianola News

Porcelain Princesses: Rating America’s Bathrooms

Praxis, What’s Happening this Week?

Rescue: Dermatology

Jose Salomon’s Copyright NoticeBroken Link

Shapesfu.htm from the Skeptic Tank

Sniper Country Duty Roster

South Philly


The Sports Curmudgeon 12/30/2000

“Step Right Up,” by Tom Waits (see Psoriasis in the Arts)

Stock Strikes Back at Legal Foes

Top 40 Moments That Can Only Be Described With The Word Anguish

The Touch of One Hand Clasping

The Truth Behind The Passover Story, Or How the 10 Plagues Came About: A Play (DOC file)

TV Family Gets Panned and Slammed

Tyson-Holyfield: May the better id win

Voices of Unreason — Test Thread

Watercolor Journal

Week 12 Quiz: Air Masses and Fronts

The Weekly Eater

What’s Going on in Oz?

Why Don’t People Seem to Listen?

Why You Should Vote

Why You Won’t See Big Advertising Here

WWI Digest 1607

Yucks Digest