FYI, insane people can realize that there’s something wrong with them. Therefore the old adage that “if you think you might be crazy, you’re not” isn’t really true. But I’m not gonna go pointing any fingers around here.
“Should I ask the gang over for dinner tomorrow night? I’d have to clean the house. And what would we eat? Pizza. Wait, Dan won’t eat pizza. Sheesh, he’s like the only person in the world who won’t eat pizza. But he probably won’t be off tomorrow night anyway. Maybe Dave and Jennifer will come. I’ll have to make sure to get a vegetarian pizza if Jennifer comes.”
So it’s okay to do this in your head. Why is it not okay to do this out loud? I mean, it’s just part of the unfreezing process, right?
Oooh! Another fan of Top5’s Ruminations? (I just wanted to give credit where credit is due – according to yesterday’s Ruminations mailing list, the “Flambo the invisible clown” quote is from one Mr. Josh Sinnett.)
What are you trying to say? I’M crazy? When I went to your schools? I went to your churches? I went to your institutional learning facilities?
I’m not crazy!
You’re the one that’s crazy!
You’re driving me crazy!
Oh my beloved ice cream bar! How I love to lick your creamy center!