|Ink. black = serious, red = angry, blue = informal, green = mad, pink = mugged a school girl|
- Drug, alcohol, meditation free up thoughts
- Riong Right / wrong
- Politics / History: Blendment as opposed to movement. Movement implies change
- Blendment implies incorporated fusion
- Turning Opposites to Proposites
commentsDrug, alcohol, meditation free up thoughts
This can be true, more so when one is younger and thus more (fool) hardy in these things. This page also proves that a mind of freed up thought is not always a good thing at all. One man's free thought being anothers waffley boring poison.
Riong Right / wrong
Here we go again with my minds seeming determination to treat language like my very own lexicographic Play-Do'h.
Politics / History: Blendment as opposed to movement. Movement implies change
I think I can be a bit of a cheasel (a charming weasel) when it comes to my presticogineologisticism (a made up word to describe someone with a tendency to make up words) as this on the surface could just appear to make sense but starts to collapse under any kind of scrutiny.
Blendment implies incorporated fusion
Now I just sound like something from a glossy brochure you would read whilst waiting in the foyer of a large serious place.
Turning Opposites to Proposites
Great. If only I had some kind of diagram to explain what the heck a proposite was supposed to be.
I was wrong, this does not help at all