This may be my introverted side speaking, but sometimes I find people to be overwhelming and draining. It can get to a point where if somebody wants to talk to me, my initial instinct may be to flee immediately. And I think right now I’m feeling this way because I went swimming through crowds of people at Walmart. Something about that atmosphere makes me want to wither into a recliner and eat meat in an unattractive way I go about eating meat when I’m alone, you know? Hopefully that last bit doesn’t make people fathom a horrendous imagery.
Note to self: avoid facebook during election season
I wish my dogs were well behaved enough to do this. They’d probably eat the whole thing and spit back out at my feet…
You know, every time I watch a movie, TV show, cartoon, or whatever, that involves the demolishment of some kind of public property, all I can think about are things like tax dollars, insurance, and hospital waiting rooms (I mean, how crazy must taxes and insurance policies be for the citizens of Townsville or New York after a showdown between the goodies and baddies?!). And then I get so caught up about getting worried about those things and the people that live in these fictional places, that I can’t enjoy all the explosions and fight sequences. Is that just me, or is this another one of those things where everyone shakes their head at me because I have to have more than one gummy bear in my froyo so it won’t be lonely in my stomach?
Something about reading excessively long amounts of school text puts me to sleep. I try reeeeaaaally hard to not let that happen, but one minute I’m reading and the next moment I’m waking up. I wish I could say that the above picture was the reason why, but sadly this selectively narcoleptic habit of mine is all I can say. Aiyah~