18 Ways To Tell If You Suffer From "Chronic Lateness"

Always being late might actually be a medical condition. Let's all self-diagnose!

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1. You might be this guy.

eveningtelegraph.co.uk

Jim Dunbar, from Forfar in Scotland, has been diagnosed with "chronic lateness" (a condition apparently related to ADHD). The Dundee Evening Telegraph reports that he was 20 minutes late for the appointment at which his condition was identified.

If you are not Jim Dunbar, here are some other signs you may suffer from Chronic Lateness.

7. Except the rare occasions where, in an attempt to make sure you’re definitely not late, you overshoot and arrive four hours early.

8. And you’re secretly delighted when there are transport delays, as your lateness is now legitimised.

15. All your non-late friends get so sick of waiting for you to arrive that eventually the only friends you have left are ones who are as late as you.