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Fri, Mar. 24th, 2006 01:03 am
I Think the Brits Might Have Invaded...

When a person takes on the endevour of trying to be me, there's a certain level of protocol one must take. First, because being me means being an internal thinker and spending a great deal of time inside one's own head, discovering who one is, there has to be times when one must proclaim the findings there in for those less fortunate (or less cursed) to be in the position of being me. However, because the act of proclamation must be certain and to the point, wishy-washy comments about uncertain topics must be avoided at all costs. If one finds something that is, but may not necessarily be forever or wasn't always before, then one must still state that such exists in a solid and definite manner. Such as if one was to discover that one is, at this moment, working as a sheep-herder, the statement must not be, "I got this job as a sheep-herder," but rather, "I am a sheep-herder," and so on and so forth.

Secondly, one in the position of being me must also remind those to which one proclaims that, while most (if not all) of the information might be depressing and meloncholy, there are still places in which one finds some degree of comfort, even in small amounts (such as the rain, small birds and mammals going about their days, or sheep-herding).

Thirdly, one must find time to properly organize such proclamations into helpful (but still complex) charts, diagrams, and pop-up books.

Finally, one is to remind one's self that one is only one person and that one can only do one thing at any one time, despite one's efforts to do more than one thing at one time.

These protocols can be found on page one of the Sheep-herder's Guide to Life (the same page as the scratch-n-sniff dog and the dancing marmoset)...

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Fri, Mar. 24th, 2006 07:53 pm (UTC)

You are so weird.