Sunday, November 7, 2010

Warning: Somewhat depressing.

Last two days, I have been falling asleep in the middle of the day. sort of ruins the mood to update or anything. At least Friday I was able to get out of the house and do something (lol In The groove). Instead of waiting to update later in the day, I figured I would update now while I'm still awake and have nothing to do yet.

I been thinking some pretty depressed thoughts, not exactly happy with where I am in my life. I have been pondering how it would feel to submit into insanity, if it is possible. For instance, the worries one would have would probably go away, and probably feel more content. I am not saying all insanity works like that, but if a logical person were able to just force themselves to believe in things that are clearly not there (example: imaginary friends, monsters/creatures that never existed). Is it possible to just forget logic and let yourself go insane?
Sorta like this

While I wouldn't know personally, I imagine it is possible through misery or drugs and alcohol... I've heard of homeless people who were of high intelligence before becoming homeless go crazy in some ways. Probably not the way I mentioned, but rather into antisocial behavior. And druggie or drunk would not only go antisocial probably, but criminal behavior.

Not that I would try to make myself crazy, it's just a thought that crosses my mind. I know I have a few mental things about myself, but nothing that would put me legally insane. OCD qualities (not full blown OCD), ADHD, and a few phobias, but not to the point where I'd be insane.

Now excuse me as I talk to that flying spaghetti monster into buying a time share.


  1. I'm not sure that would be a good idea
    You could try taking up some interesting hobbies instead of going loony

  2. I don't think you can really chose insanity. Insanity chooses you.

  3. Your sounding like my friend when he ate too many dibs (Don't ask)

  4. Insanity is never such a clear cut of a thing, at best you'll just wake everyday in a haze unable to comprehend why things are the way they are, and at worst you'll feel trapped by your own inabilities.

    If you're dead set on it though, I can only wish you luck.

  5. I suppose it's possible but knowing that's what you are trying to do might make it pretty hard.

  6. Well that depends if you are comfortable with dumping your problems on those around you. You would only remove the burden on your shoulders and make someone else be your grunt. Not too cool imo. However, if you became rich and then became insane, I wouldnt feel so bad.

  7. Get out and do something that contributes to the community. Volunteer or something, do something that you feel will make a difference or improvement to someone else's life.

    Yours should have meaning again soon after.

  8. Kewl story, bra! waiting for updates from you