Many things to be done today. Review of A Midummer Night’s Dream. The reading of blogs. the leaving the comments on the blogs. the reading of emails. the replying to emails. the inane surfing. and the work. But I can’t be arsed.
The head is disconnected from the world for some reason today. Stuff is happening, I’m pretty sure of it, but I’m just meh meh meh. Distance. Or something. Fog. that’s it. There is a fog between me and the rest of the stuff that may or may not be occurring in the world. And jimmy cracks corn, but I don’t care.
Even an extra coffee this morning has done nothing to wake me up.
Maybe it’ll kick in later and I’ll go totally psycho. So if you return to find a whole host of posts written as though by someone on crack you’ll know why.
And in conclusion, a bunch of “naughty” words designed to increase the rating of my blog:
fuck. shit. Gobshite. fuck. death. blood. general naughtiness. crazy whacked out shit man. Drugs. I’m guessing the rating thingy won’t accept etc, but I just can’t be arsed to type any more. So I’m going to hit publish and then see what my rating is …
Ha ha, my fiendish plan has succeeded. See, I is now R-rated. Mainly because I said death, hurt and slut at some point? Which seems odd. I wonder would they take slattern into consideration?
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title from Alice in Wonderland. I deserve a world of my own. I really do.
If this post were a movie perhaps it would be "Alice on acid"?
I like that, Alice on Acid, now I just need somewhere to use it :) Maybe I should change my name
i really like this post! haha!
isn't it funny how detatched we can find ourselves sometimes…?
Thanks Jean Pierre. Luckily the fog has now lifted, well, either that of I've just gotten used to life under a blanket :)
glad to hear it… still its scary how that can happen.
speaking of fog – is the weather as bad by you as it is in england?
Surprisingly, no. Normally we tend to get more rain that England, but while it has been raining far too much for this time of year we haven't had the crazy floods.
One should always take slatterns into consideration.
Words of wisdom there Jim. Words of wisdom.