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04/15/2005 Entry: "Paddy's MI-5"
"Finish the following sentences. Don't spend too much time thinking about it; just follow up with the first thing that pops into your head. Once you have done all five, go back and re-read each answer and then explain what you think you mean by what you wrote. You can think about the explanations."
If Van Gogh were alive today ... I'd ask him to play guitar so I could dance.
I think this comes from two song's I've listened to recently. The first is Counting Crows "Mr. Jones," where he sings "If I knew Picasso/I'd buy myself a greay guitar and play." The other is from a Lisa Loeb tune called "When All the Stars are Falling," she sings "and I've learned how to dance from a vincent van gogh." Hedgehog the two together, and you get my answer.
There is no reason why ... Only but to do and die.
Of course this is some crazy hedgehog of "Ours is not to question why, ours is but to do and die." Why it fell into my brain? Just must be a rhyming thing.
I've got to really start ... Getting the lead out.
Like I'm just sitting around doing nothing all time! Maybe I'm just thinking ahead to all the stuff I need to do, and that right soon. I need to get the cupboard above the fridge down, and replace with a new, smaller cupboard. And that cupboard still needs to be built! And then I need to get a water line installation kit for the new fridge, and get the basement cleaned up a little so I won't be embarassed when the plumber comes to install said line.
You should see the ... trouble I'm in.
I think this song was referenced in a MASH episode I watched last night; the one where Charles and Hot Lips eat a rancid canned pheasant.
No thanks, I'm... thirsty
I think at the time I answered, I was in fact thirsty.