1. You make new friends at the pharmacy since you are there so often.
2. The pharmacist knows you by name and stops asking if you need the medications explained to you.
3. Much less body hair to deal with.
4. Sleeping at all hours of the day becomes completely acceptable behavior.
5. Extra time spent in bathroom (due to constipation and/or diarrhea) can be used to read or as quiet introspection time.
6. You learn to open pill bottles in your sleep or during deep chemo fog.
7. KEEBLER GRAHAM CRACKERS!
8. Selective memory can now be attributed to "chemo fog."
9. People believe you when you tell them that ice cream is good for you during chemo.
10. No one expects much from you so procrastination and downright laziness become commonplace and even applauded.