Conversation Between Me and My Brain Today

Me: Hey! Brain! Do we have anything useful to say today?

Brain: Let me check. Hmmm… yeah, nope, we got nothing.

Me: Awesome! Time for pie!

And there you have it.

26 Comments on “Conversation Between Me and My Brain Today”

  1. FeetForBrains – Vashon, WA – Easy listenin, hard bowlin, slow mowin, small growin, yard bird with long term, ego driven, unrestrained, malformed visions of fame, fortune, and Princesses. Would love a career smuggling for the resistance damn the Empire’s big guns, blockades and silly Death Stars. Matt enjoys running and is an author

    The question remains: What kind of pie?

  2. “Time for pie” is very useful. Not only does it help set my own agenda for today, it may also be the name of my next band! Have a great weekend!

  3. Hmmmm…Pie today, tomorrow, and Sunday. Pie with handmade crust and with Graham cracker crust. Pizza pie. Boston cream pie.

    Takes one’s mind off current foolishness most admirably.

  4. Pie? Heaven forbid. My mind has been going on, for several hours & no explicable reason, about Full English Cooked Breakfast. I haven’t actually consumed anything, but feel as though I’ve gained several pounds.

  5. JunkChuck – Westsylvania, PA, USA – Native, Militant Westsylvanian (the first last best place), laborer, gardener, and literary hobbyist (if by literary you mean "hack"). I've had a bunch of different blogs, probably four, due to a recurring compulsion to start over. This incarnation owes to a desire to dredge up the best entries of the worst little book of hand-scrawled poems I could ever dream of writing, salvageable excerpts from fiction both in progress and long-abandoned. and a smattering of whatever the hell seems to fit at any particular moment. At first blush, I was here just to focus on old, terrible verse, but I reserve the right to include...anything. Maybe everything, certainly my love of pulp novels, growing garlic, the Pittsburgh Steelers and howling at the moon--both figuratively and, on rare occasions, literally.

    …Brain: sounds like the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

  6. My brain and I had a similar discussion, but we opted for chocolate. Obviously this means you and I should be chowing down on some Schadenfreude Pie together. Or our brains should.

  7. Ocean Bream – I am a tragedy waiting to happen, and a bottle of fireflies just before they are let loose. There is very little that fazes me, yet I am an emotional waterfall. I like people, watching people, talking to people, hearing people and generally avoiding them. I have left my teens behind me very recently and am embarking solemnly, determinedly on the uphill hike that is adulthood. So far I have discovered that life requires one's full attention at all times. My trials include getting rid of the podge that has surrounded my middle, my hair and the redemption of my soul. I will also attempt to tackle the intricate complexity that is writing, the neverending cascade of words in the literary world, and to make something of myself in the time that I am alive (and also hopefully after I am dead). My Muse is Twig Blackadder. You might see flashes of him darting through the pages of this blog. Welcome, and hello to you, dear visitor. Tell me about who you are. What are your dreams and aspirations? What is something significant that makes you stand out from the masses of other human beings on this earth?
    Ocean Bream

    I feel like this everyday..

  8. Rewarding your brain for a lack of profundity could be the beginning of a vicious downward spiral.

    Better watch out, John. Here, give me the pie.

  9. Besides a top 5 list of pie flavors and top 3 list of crust styles,
    who is the best pie cook in the house?
    Do you go to the store?

    Next new book title: Pie’s that are out of this World
    From the Scalzi family’s kitchen.

  10. My brain tells me that, if you turned on your BrainPal, it would suggest pineapple pizza. And how to escape the alien army landing on your lawn right now! (Well, it’s a BIG alien army that needs a big place to land, and your lawn is big.)

  11. Kim A Howard – Hampshire, UK – I love family, friends, books, writing, pets, movies, music, snoozing, eating, stories & space. I have recently graduated from an MA in Writing for Children at the University of Winchester. My favourite places are home, York and New York.
    Kim A Howard

    I’ve looked – I’ve checked twice – I have no pie! :-(

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