I am on my back with my mac above my head and my legs above my mac. It is an experiment in the weight of thoughts. I want to know if ideas sink to the back of your head and take on more substance. I am slightly worried about the mac falling off my upright lap and smacking me in the teeth, so I breathe in and jam it under my ribcage. It’s all very nose bleed-ville.

Verdict: Upside-down thoughts weighs more, each one on average about a bag and a half of sugar. Better go now before the haemorrhage moves in.


One Response to “UPSIDE-DOWN-NESS (# 74,943)”

  1. Mike Cross on February 5th, 2010 9:07 pm

    I goodled upside-down-ness to see if the word might exist somewhere already … and indeed it seems it does.

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