I have kibbled up the speak-talks

Friday June 25, 2004 @ 11:24 AM (UTC)

I have kibbled up the speak-talks that come from my mouth. In my headplace there are thinks that have form and fluid, howso when they tiptoe from the dribble lip they are brokens. Is that the coffee is adulterer of syrup and foamy, theretwo not make fluids the tick-talk? Is picketty nonsense all the throw-out of my crane now? I have tripping in my tongue, and knot in lacey poem paths. I have silence when I speaks and speakses when I try quiet. I have blicky-blicky stick talk tongue and the fractal-fracture jars of words under my hair.


I hjaf not been drinking unless the macchiato sprup was not the sprup of caramel but of the drunken plant. But when I told a labling, “I…am…sorry…cannot…speak…right…coffee…not…working,” he has stold to me that I shouyldmust cease with coffee by noon and startt the alkiehol at noon. I haff told him this is bad and wrong, and no alkihol shall be here in iny cirucmstand.

I thinks maybe too much cafeeing is part of probalme, since often the toomuchs of caffeine cause my dropsy fingres to drop in wrongess on the keboard, and right now, prapos for humornous effec,t I am not correcting thws dropsy types of fingers.

Hownerver hen this happens of the too much fafefeinge usually I am all shuddershiverjangle figners, wherease in the resent time my arms are slacky sclakc slack like unto the bands of urbber, or rather rubber., I havbe, I think, the sleepies muchly, and somenow also the playfunless of language has gone with the sleepies and th e typodropsis into the funnies ahahahahahah that i have eftyped.

Also, I think it is funny.

:) Why am I not surprised that you like nonsense? Here is some REAL nonsense.

As you can tell, I’ve gotten much better. I had some sugar, and then I ran around trying to find one of my bosses to tell him to go pick up his sick kid at daycare. Sugar and exercise, folks, good for noodly-word syndrome.

Wait, noodly? Maybe I am not cured…

From this page:

I am not conscious about what I have been speaking about. Other people might think I am not speaking any sense. I have to recheck it, but many a time it’s just that quick, that if I was speaking, my mind goes blank and I say the wrong words. My mind has gone blank many times and I have to take time to get the speaking right. You get your subconscious speaking differently to you. When I am speaking words just go back through the subconscious and irritate the subconscious and words go out that are sometimes the wrong words. Sometimes it’s the right word but if it’s the wrong word I have to check it I keep it in-just not let it out. Sometimes I don’t get time to check and I just have to say it.
Hmm… ;o)

Bah! Can schizophrenia be cured by orange slice and a quick jog? Cuz if so there are a lot of unfortunate kids self-medicating with hard drugs that should be told. :p

Conversely, I’m sure a lot of people wish it were that easy…

Pree-cisely. Of course, even if it were—you know, exercise alleviates depression HUGELY, but you basically need to have Susan Powter or other drill sergeant SCREAMING at people in order to get them to do it. Of course, schizophrenia and depression are very different, but it still might be hard to get ‘em to do it.

Actually, I recall from Psych 101 that if you have the kind of schizophrenia with voices (the most well-known kind), you can stop the voices by letting your mouth hang open—because you sub-vocalise them yourself. However, most people don’t want to walk about with their mouths hanging open, so they don’t do it.

Mehtinks you need some Gertrude Stein in your life.

Since I have no Gertrustein, it is hard to feel the lack thereof.

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