how to effectively waste your time
Thankfully, I had to think about this one.
Sadly, there came a point when the ideas, all based on real-life (mine), came a’tumblin. For the record, I haven’t done everything on this list — at least not #4.
Anyway, here are some ideas for how to effectively waste your time:
1. Write your acceptance speech for your Academy Award.
Then give it — tears and all — to your pets, stuffed animals or your own image in the mirror.
2. Play computer solitaire.
This is an old-time favorite, and there are plenty of newer or more complex games out there as well. But I chose this because a friend of mine (friend — yeah, right. no — really.) has played an incredible number of games, as evidenced here. (I wrote the number really large. You may have to click on the picture to believe it.)
3. Take selfies. Lots and lots of them.
I started to take a bunch of myself and post them here, then I remembered photos from these posts end up on Google Images under your name (check it out if you don’t believe me).
4. Oh yes, check Google Images for the disconcerting pictures that come up under your name.
Then check all your friends’ names & images. Then save some of the more intriguing images, e-mail them to the corresponding friend and ask them what it’s all about.
5. Make endless amounts of bookmarks.
Fifteen years ago I discovered blank bookmarks at a craft store, along with small stencils & stencil paint. I had a couple dozen pots of paint, about eight stencil sheets and a handful of brushes. I made more than 200 bookmarks, and it’s taken me all this time to get rid of half of them. And, I laminated as many as I could. This is a portion of what I have left:
6. Watch my all-time favorite YouTube animal video.
Goats on Sheet Metal
Before you judge me,
I know you have a list. I’d love to hear it.