McDunn is always worried. He isn’t sure why he worries so much, and this uncertainty worries him a lot. He thinks there’s something wrong with his head.

But since worrying has been such a big part of his life, McDunn also worries about the day when there would be no more worry. That’s the day, he believes, he starts dying.

And so, he keeps on living with his constant worrying about worrying.

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