Sunday, November 13, 2005

O Come Into The Garden, Maudlin

Who cares about utter despair and complete boredom? Extreme emotions are stupid. What really matters are the slight emotions, the small events that get us by from day to day.*

Amused resignation to general cantankerousness
Much more productive than full-blown rage.

Bemused contemplation of future lust

Confused satisfaction

That feeling of bored melancholy you get on Saturday afternoon, just after doing the shopping but before seeing your friends
One of the most common emotions. Not to be mixed up with ...

Sunday listlessness

Distant disinterest
(or vice-versa)



That feeling of paralysis you get when you see a snail charge at you with an axe

Companionable loneliness

Avuncular isolation

Slight amusement felt upon hearing the name of a person who you once wanted to lick

Nail polish blues

Pre-Tuesday gloom


Red Whineiness
The feeling you get on a Sunday morning after a long Saturday night drinking red wine.

* Yeah, that's right. I'm blogging about feelings. Wanna make something of it, punk?


nailpolishblues said...

Completely unable to decide whether I should be amused or offended by the linkage...
Ah, fuck it, amusement is so much easier :p

[my toes say hi..]

TimT said...

That serves me right for Toegling.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to copy this and then send it through an Australian government email system. Let's see how long it is before it becomes a chain email.

Current mood: Slightly pensive, akin to wondering if anyone else can notince that unsightly zit on your chin.

nailpolishblues said...


TimT said...

Excellent, it has always been one of my ambitions to become a chain mail.

nailpolishblues said...

Yeah....guess that takes care of me too...

I seem to have developed a case of: Current mood: Slightly pensive, akin to wondering if anyone else can notice that unsightly zit on your chin. [only with slightly better editing]
Which makes me wanna kick anonymous in the cunt...
Funny that.

Email: timhtrain - at -

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