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The mister wee (to the woo)
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i ain't no vernacular jew
if syllables make you happy
i'll give you something to chew
rhymes make the ultimate roux
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Hm. I have another thought. I just did the The Joy of Tidying Up recently, and I made myself a reading corner by putting a curved chair and a blanket (should probably be a rug) on the floor- and one thing I've noticed is that I really haven't used it since I've first made it- I read on my bed already. Instead, the chair ended up a natural place for clothes to go to, because for some unconscious reason I just preferred it to hanging my clothes up on my wall hooks. This is on the floor, and not on a bunk, and if you already have a couch, I doubt you'll make the transition either without consciously reminding yourself to.
I didn't register that you were thinking about growing mushrooms. Fucking hell, do that. You should make that space your hobby space. Like a train set or something.
My initial feeling is to remove it if you don't need it? Or use it as a bed? My friend got rid of his at the beginning of the summer because he just used his for storage.
The theme of this month has been about what motivates me to work, and weed is kind of a confounding variable because sometimes I'll get stoned just to trick myself into finding work enjoyable. This works maybe half the time, at least for getting started, but there are problems that I'll avoid working on whether I'm high or not.
When my relationship with work is better, I'll get back to it.
Here's a section of a stand up set I have planned for tomorrow's open mic at the bar. I've been going for three weeks and haven't really found my niche, I'm the youngest one at a bar where most of the comedians and audience are around 30 - 45 years old. I have a natural falsetto voice closest to Aziz Ansari's, but without any of the variance or impressions and a third of the energy. Tomorrow I'm going to try to speak in my slowest, deepest, deliberate deadpan voice, because my comedy style is closest to Steven Wright. I have no idea how it's gonna go, but I'm at the point where I think it sounds better for the set.
(walks up and knocks over mic stand) Sorry guys, I'm such a slut. (stammers a bit) I mean klutz.
The Alaska Dispatch News filed for bankrupcy last week. I have to tell my pet bird to not shit so much.
I told my therapist that I was going to do standup comedy today. He said, yeah, that's perfect for you. Your life is a joke.
The last time I had sex I made a joke about how it felt like she was getting taller and taller while we were doing it. She said really? And I said no, I'm just pulling your leg and fucking with you.
That was the reason that was the last time I had sex.
What's the different between of grape jelly and grape jam? Grape jelly can be sold in squeezy bottles, but grape jam gets jammed in them.
Sorry, I forgot that grape jokes aren't supposed to be funny.
Kids can be jerks. The other day I was cooking for my extended family and my nephew took a baguette and started whacking me with it. Then it broke and he started throwing all the crumbs at me, so it got all over the kitchen. I was pissed, so I did the most french thing I could to him- I retreated.
Sorry, I forgot that dough mess stick violence jokes aren't supposed to be funny either.
I don't know why these jokes aren't getting enough laughs. I tested them in a state of the art simulation facility. I go into the shower with a notepad, pen, and a case of beer. Then I cross off all the jokes that don't make me piss my pants laughing.
Same! I was originally going to post this review on Pickle Rick (it does miss that it is a turning point for Beth) to Hubski, but I think a discussion thread is probably better.
The Unity episode had the effect of redefining the way I thought of a recent breakup- I went continuously pining to- the relationship wasn't healthy for either of us.
Also, Rick and Morty is a show where personalities revealed in a myriad of bits and pieces, and it was way too easy to put my ex in Unity's shoes and me in Rick's.
Garbage man and veterinarian? That sounds better than being able to design stuff to justify how pretentious you are. Design is a lot of fun to look and think about though, right? I fell into clients after working as a poster maker for my university, ranking skill is impossible, it's easier to just know what you don't know. It's actually kind of depressing to me right now, I've been looking for a different job to get my mind off design work.
I'll get a cactus tomorrow and send a picture as soon as I do!
I had a thought to [The Evolution of Trust (prisoners dilemma) presentation by Nick Case that went big recently](http://ncase.me/trust/) (chapter 6 in the presentation if you want to skip to it, check it out first)
In my head, the ideal world of tolerant people is the 'Copykittens win world', but the part that I had forgotten about is how much miscommunication affected the tournament- in the simulation, just 10% miscommunication would lead to a world where everyone cheats (in my head, the equivalent of a culture having a direct intolerance of at least another culture).
Arguments about how this is simulation aside, alright, I've decided it's not practical to not want to punch people in the face. You win.