Do you suffer from MIAS? A simple self-test

Are you suffering from M.I.A.S (Musical Instrument Acquisition Syndrome)?Music aboard

Already a serious illness that affects millions worldwide, MIAS sufferers who live in small spaces are doubly at risk as their increasing instrument and associated supplies (reeds, strings, manuscripts, bongs, etc) start to displace essential stores leading to malnourishment and vitamin deficiency.

So, how do you know if you are suffering from MIAS or simply have, ‘a lot of shit’.  Try this simple self-test.

Examine the formula below:

H= n+1

(where H= happiness measured in grins, and n= number of musical instruments currently owned)

If the above formula makes perfect sense to you then you are suffering from MIAS and should seek immediate medical attention or a larger boat.

Rick playing ukelele



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7 Responses to Do you suffer from MIAS? A simple self-test

  1. Alice needs a larger boat

  2. I couldn’t agree more! I too am a “sufferer”. Harmonicas, Ukeleles, Guitars. I think there’s two drum kits in the house & a drum box too!

  3. Dan Coate says:

    Rick: Agree totally. I’ve had this condition for years but never could put a name to it. Check out this place when you have a chance excellent product for ~$100. Totally impervious to weather!

  4. Me, three. Last acquisition: accordion and calimba.

  5. Oh, yes! What a suffer.
    Piano, Cello, drums, guitar, flute, accordeon, harp, violin. It’s more a family illness.

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