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Boanthropy — One of the weirdest disorders you've never heard of

Don't have a cow man

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One of the rarest documented psychological disorders is called Boanthropy which is a specific type of zoanthropy, and it sufferers of this unusual disorder believe that they are a cow or an ox.
They try to live their life as a cow, even walking on all fours, eating grass, cow…




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