Wednesday, October 03, 2007

The on-set of a crippling neurological ailment?

Walking back from lunch today, I saw a woman loading a case of Pepsi into her car.

So I said,"Soda".

Just like that.

Not to anyone, just the sky. "Soda"

Am I going mad?

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Blogger kimananda said...

Not unless the sky answered you.

If it did, I'd be curious to know what it said, though.

9:09 AM  
Blogger ren.kat said...

brain hiccup. At least you didn't blurt any other facts regarding the woman or her groceries.

12:31 AM  
Blogger Pursey Tuttweiler said...

I seriously doubt that s an indicator of madness. Holy crap, I cannot remember my colleague's name. Is that mad? I doubt it. It just is. I will remember, I will. Now, blurting out the name of an object when you see it, well it just happens sometimes. Some perfectly sane people blurt out the name of everything they see. I know this woman, and if she is riding in a car she just blurts out things, like "billboard, fire hydrant, McDonalds," etc. Sometimes the brain is stimulated and somehow a word is triggered and then out it flies. I would test yourself if I were you. First, walk around blurting out everything you see. Then ban yourself from commenting on the visual altogether. Then, compare which lifestyle you would adopt if the rules were that strict. Then you will know the answer.

10:41 AM  

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