Haitian happiness
 n.— «At breakfast I learned that Chuck was ill. Dr. Paul put him on an IV so that he would not be dehydrated. Diarrhea is called “Haitian Happiness,” but Chuck did not look very happy.» —“The Architecture of Hope: Designing a Hospital in Haiti” by Thomas J. Carleton Thomas J. Carleton Architecture Spring, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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