Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Please read if.. suffer from what I am about to describe. With working life being so 9-5 mon-fri and overtime etc, (even though I roll out of bed when I want and assign myself tasks to do), I understand that being overworked can take its toll. Do you absent-mindedly wander around and forget how or why you came to a certain place? Do you develop a zombie-esque limp for added affect?
Do you find it difficult to make even the easiest of everyday decisions, losing awareness of other people around you and sinking into an enclosed world all of your own?

Some symptoms you may be suffering from can be quite severe:
If so:

Stay the fu*k out of the supermarket, people. I've got things to get done and I know where they are and how to buy them. Food shopping is not for the faint of heart.


  1. My related pet peeves:
    - people stopping right at the top of an escalator, rooted to the ground, staring around in wonder at the world that has opened up all around them, scowling at the others that come up behind them bumping into their backs.
    - people standing right in front of the doors of the train or bus when it comes to a stop, and muttering in confusion when they bump into someone who wants to get off first - amazing, where did that person come from??

  2. SO. true. I also hate it when you take a number and you stand there waiting in order like you are SUPPOSED to, and then the bell dings, it's your turn and someone else makes a dash for the counter and says "I've only got one question" (apparently 'what is the meaning of life?', because it takes so long) and you look at the cashier with your CORRECT ticket and they just go "I'll just serve this lady.." apologetically.