According to actor, Elliot Page the answer is yes. Page just released his new memoir, Pageboy in which the actor states he who was then she felt intimidated and stressed on the set of the movie, Inception because of a cast full of straight men.
Page said the pressure spurred a case of shingles. C’mon, really, did they enter Page’s dreams and rub on her? The studios are not that far from West Hollywood and relief from straight guys is not far away if you don’t have to get on the 101.
The most prominent symptom of the shingles virus is a rash which can be contagious if you have contact with an infected individual.
There are certain types of food which are too be avoided as well, such as dark chocolate and gelatin. The jiggly concoction contains arginine, an amino acid that causes the virus to reproduce.
So, stay out of Utah if you think you have shingles, yes even the beloved Mormon green type is deadly. If you should end up in a hospital, carefully pick the menu yourself, the blobby dish comes in many colors and RNs can’t resist ordering it for you.
Some other notable people have had bouts with the shingles virus as well, including Justin Bieber and Senator Dianne Feinstein. The veteran senator faced a scandal when her manifesto was uncovered by a good Samaritan Capitol aide. One very Dr. Evil-esque plan included an appearance of unity with the House majority, by having a group hug with the rash-laden Senator wearing a sleeveless top.
The notorious SHINGLES is hitting the common folks too. A Los Angeles man mistook singles night for shingles night at a local bar, leaving multiple women scratching.
While talking to a reporter, a woman said “I woke up the next morning with a much worse rash than I normally have after a night of drinking. I mean I live in the San Fernando Valley, and I’ve encountered a lot of blisters, but nothing like this.
A man walking out of the bar who works as building contractor for homes said, “shingles in California, heck no! The state is not giving anyone a permit for shingles.”
This is a developing story.