The Insanity of the Subconscious

The subconscious is insane. I mean, if all that information was dumped into our conscious thought all at once, we would go insane. There’s a point in a boy’s life (possibly a girl’s life too, but I’ve never been a girl) when he taps into his subconscious regularly and spews out whatever is in there, randomly and crazily. “You’ll get over it,” says the nearby adult. Unfortunately, that adult is telling the truth. But some people are able to hang on to that insane period into their adult life, like Lewis Carroll or Dr. Seuss. Both of these writers are incomplete lunatics, with nearly everything that they write almost completely nonsensical. I too am one of these few. I don’t like to call them lunatics, as I call myself. I call them geniuses, on par with Einstein. Who ever heard of him going within the usual boundaries? It’s hard (and fun) to read or listen to what one of these “lunatics” has to say. I mean, who really got through Alice in Wonderland without ever being confused? It just isn’t designed that way. But our brains are. If you think about it, and I mean really think about it, you’ll find that you too can tap into this unknown wealth of knowledge.

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  1. wreakinghavoc14

     /  October 16, 2011

    Oh Gawd. i want to be an incomplete lunatic.

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  2. Do you know how hard it was to find your very first post? Because it was. Anyways, I’m Fishy, you may or may not remember me, and I’m determined to read through every post on your blog in order. Now what’ve I got myself into…

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  3. Curioser and curioser…

    As magicfishy said, it was hard to find this post. I think it took me three days. And now you have about a million or so random comments on old posts that probably aren’t worth responding to, and which I’m not sure if I should expect a reply to half of them, even though your comment policy page says you will respond to comments. Unless you don’t like me, that is. I’m hoping that’s not the case. Anyhow, I’ll hopefully stop bugging you with comments. I have to be honest, though, it’s amused me to see only my name on the Recent Comments widget. *grins crazily*

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    • I responded to each, except one that was directed at Kiwi, and that was on the latest post anyway. Thank you for my three hundred views on my half birthday. You really know how to treat a fellow.

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  4. Ha! I clicked on each of your posts at least once. Some of them twice (or a few even three times, accidentally). I doubt it’s enough to beat the 999 score… but should be for the 300 one. So how’d I do? And I’ll have you know, it took me SIX HOURS to go through each of your posts, and I only read like three of them all the way through! The rest I read titles only, or just the first paragraph or two. I ended up commenting more than I planned to…but I hope you don’t mind.

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