Saturday, December 9, 2017

Game Show Failure

If you've ever watched some of these game shows, you've probably been frustrated by the contestants. They're asked a question, and sometimes they give them weirdest or most obviously wrong answers. This is infinitely worse if they have limited time. Watch 'Chain Reaction', and you'll be going mad with the random things they blurt under pressure. Occasionally, you begin to suspect that the producers found the most clueless people possible to play their game show.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Things Generally Said to Animals

We say many different things to people, animals, or inanimate objects every day. Most of the dialogue is completely sane, normal conversation (with the exception of me). However, there are some things which sound odd or nonsensical, unless you're speaking to an animal.

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Measuring Insanity

Sometimes I find myself to be extremely weird. Then I see something like this, and I feel much more sane.

owlcityofficial-  Last night I dreamed Abraham Lincoln chased me down the sidewalk waving an Applebee's menu at me, and I was runni g as fast as I could, nervously tucking and untucking my shirt into the back of my underwear, and Abraham Lincoln was like, 'Come back here you ugly little snot,' and I was like 'No, leave me alone!' and then I tucked my shirt so far into my pants I got super dizzy and everyone immediately started making fun of me, and I screamed in anger, and then Robin Williams texted me a picture of a dustpan.
For more non-sensical things, please consult the Investigation of Crime Rates series or Adam Young's blog.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

When Writers Try to Read

Writers have their own peculiar set of problems, including the infamous issue of their brain yammering incessantly about writing-related stuff. Anything and everything can trigger this, and before long, you find your mind going on a seemingly never-ending tangent. Please tell me I'm not the only one with this issue.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Trying to Concentrate When You're a Writer

Writers have a million stories going through their heads, and characters continually roam the plateaus of a writer's brain. This causes more and more ideas to be churned out. It also causes potential issues, especially when story-related things are clamoring for attention at inconvenient times.