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my mind is like a didgeridoo

17/10/2013

blowing it can be lots of fun

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From → music, mysticism

12 Comments
  1. A didgeridoo ? Blowing it will be fun?

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  2. Hahahaaa that’s amazing! Funny, creative, and more– this is a great little post. ūüôā

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  3. You could replace “digeridoo” with “penis” and the post would still be true.

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  4. Go ahead then ! Why are you waiting ?

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  5. Ah man, it’s just a one-liner. I was hoping it was one of those long posts I could sink my teeth into, I’ll have to go back to the one on suicide. Another Australian just wrote a post about suicide. I don’t know if you read her blog or not. Might interest you: http://beidealistic.com/2013/10/17/suicide/

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    • Kinda ironic title for an internet censorship pitch.

      Did you read the article about Ask.fm?
      65 million users and nine teens have committed suicide – possibly after cyber bullying.

      I think any organisation can be pretty pleased with itself if it only causes the suicides of such a tiny fraction of it’s members.

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  6. Rexie permalink

    yeah. and there is drooling as well. so let’s call your interaction with mind as ‘blow drooling’.

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  7. anaraug permalink

    what are you didgeridooooooooing?

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  8. Haven’t seen a post from you in a while. Just checking in to let you know that you’re being thought of. x

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    • Thanks for the concern.

      It’s been a horrendous season for allergies here in NSW and I’ve shared the past five or six weeks with some pretty debilitating auto-immune problems. Nothing serious but enough to keep me sore, itchy, irritated, exhausted and away from blogging.

      I consider myself lucky though. A friend of mine recently returned from a two month long stay in hospital due to injury and infection and almost immediately had his worst asthma attack in decades when exposed to all the pollen and smoke in the air. He is now back in hospital and will probably spend his birthday there.

      I’ve been starting to feel better for the past few days and hope to be back up to speed soon.

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      • Oh dear! Hoping you have a speedy recovery. Take lots of rest and don’t forget to take your meds. Feel better soon!

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