101 Things to Blog About (episode 3 of 5)

More bloggables!

41 Stories from the phones;  Some of the funny things heard from households all around Ireland working as a telemarketer.

42 Transcripts of word-at-a-time stories.

43 Why parents should bring their kids to circus workshops!

44 Why people can get very disgruntled around suggestions of changing their diet.

45 A telemarketing skill; a how to guide on pronouncing names with curious spellings.

46 Surreal tales: W A Mozart on his first day of school.

47 Surreal tales: Jesus at the gym.

48 Surreal tales: Don van Vliet reincarnated as a raven.

49 Surreal tales: Beethoven reincarnated as a female pop singer.

50 Surreal tales: Buddha reincarnated as a bear wrestler.

51 Surreal tales: J.D. Salinger reincarnated as a nice person.

52 The joys of being a child.

53 The joys of being a stupid.

54 The joys of singing like a loony.

55 ‘Happiness is in the body’. Discuss.

56 Surreal tales: The Queen of England on stilts over her rose gardens, laughing.

57 Surreal tales: 700 butterflies all dreaming they are Chuang Tzu.

58 ‘The Beard to be Feared’ – my Nanowrimo novel; on writing a novel in a month.

59 Stregthen the base; On having been spiritually top-heavy.

60 Surreal tales: Justin Timberlake disappearing from the public eye for 15 years and coming back as a Zen master.


About lotusquotus

I came across myself one day, almost by accident, and promptly realised I was trapped inside it, and outside it, and all about it. At first this struck me with a spurt of panic as one can well imagine, but little by little I began to make peace with this oddest of predicaments. I decided it best to accept the situation and to make the most of it by cleaning and decorating myself and making it a nice place to be. Those moments still appear when my mind is spun back to that original panic and I want to break free of myself. Yet overall, and more and more as time goes on, I am tending slowly, gingerly and peacemakingly towards the inevitable conclusion: I am myself.
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