Monday, June 28, 2010

Boredom Stupor

It really kind of sucks when you're trying to think of something to do and the only thought going through your mind is "I am so freakin' bored!" You are trying desperately to think of things to fill your time, but your brain is too caught up in the lethargic moment and is incapable of stimulating you to do anything. You keep falling further and further into the pit of nothingness and soon you lose all sense of who you once were. If someone told you that Darth Vador was walking down the street with a giant hot dog, you wouldn't even care. If someone were to come up to you and say, "Let's go to Disneyland!" you would be too far under to even be remotely interested. If an earthquake were about to bring down your house, you would sit there and stare at the blank TV screen with your mouth slightly open. It is very hard to be rescued from a boredom stupor.

Boredom stupors typically begin when your dad turns on the golf channel, but it can also arise when you have nothing to do with your free time—or even worse, NOTHING TO DO AT WORK—and it often takes hours, or even days, to recover from.

Suddenly, I am too bored to finish this blog post. I think I'll just sit here until I die.

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