monday, aug. 6th, 2007

11:55 pm - Conspiracy.

Sometimes in a movie, or TV show, or comic strip, someone is having trouble dealing with reality. Invariably, someone else says "You're not dreaming. This is really happening." - or something else to that effect. Why doesn't the person who feels he/she is dreaming fight that? If you already think it's a dream, why would someone else telling you that it's not a dream put you at ease? It's just that same bad dream trying to make things worse.

In other words, if you ever feel that life is getting a bit too surreal but a friend tells you "No, you're not dreaming," kick them. In the nut.

After all, if you give in and accept your deluded senses as reality, the dream wins. Keep on believin' it's not really happening. Eventually you'll wake up.

By the way, as of this moment, it's only three more calendar days until I'm married. Bring on the strippers.

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If the above doesn't make seems incoherent, let me know. I's tired.

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