/begin random thoughts for Friday, May 27, 2011

…turning back, we just laughed the boulevard is not that bad.

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What’s the scariest creature / monster ever written about in fiction ever?

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I cleaned the upstairs litter-box yesterday – totally cleaned it, dumped all of the litter, replaced it with fresh litter.  This morning it looked like someone had thrown a party in that litter-box.  A shit party.  There was shit everywhere and the litter had somehow managed to get kicked out all over the floor.

I have suspects as to who may have done such a thing, but neither one was talking this morning.

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Mmm…  Doctor Pepper…

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I have really been itching to go to a comic book store.

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Whenever I place myself on restrictions, be it not spending any money, not eating certain foods, not watching tv, I go through a sort of withdrawal period including cravings.  Example: I have been very strict with myself about over-spending or buying stupid shit.  So now, of course, I REALLY WANT TO GO SPEND MONEY ON STUPID SHIT THAT I DON’T REALLY NEED!

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Who invented the suppository and why? O_o  I can’t imagine the product testing was…pleasant.

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Is it wrong that I want to spend the entire weekend eating only things grilled on my grill?

/end random thoughts

~P

1 Comment

  • Paul (@princejvstin) Posted May 27, 2011 5:14 pm

    Whenever I place myself on restrictions, be it not spending any money, not eating certain foods, not watching tv, I go through a sort of withdrawal period including cravings. Example: I have been very strict with myself about over-spending or buying stupid shit. So now, of course, I REALLY WANT TO GO SPEND MONEY ON STUPID SHIT THAT I DON’T REALLY NEED!

    It happens to everyone. When you go into self-denial, eventually you crack, and you break that denial. It feels *good* to end that denial, be it for food or for books or for DVDs, and that’s why you do it.

    After the high comes down, you will likely regret it. But the pleasure of the act of breaking that denial is hardwired into us.

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