Sunday, January 9, 2011

Be Sick or Ride Roller Coaster?

I do not think the throat was originally designed to hurt this bad before the fall. Yes, I am in the middle stage of a sickness of some sort. It actually feels like a roller coaster ride, going up and down. Last week, I felt terrible, but then on Saturday, I felt really good. Today, I think my throat is trying to get revenge for all the times I practiced my choking technique. The weird thing is that I never practiced the choking technique; although, I am surprisingly getting more interested in it as the day goes on.

Alas, I do think roller coaster rides are more exciting though (i.e., more exciting than being sick). I love the wooden roller coaster rides. They actually made me realize I do have a brain, contrary to popular belief, because the wooden rides are very rough and make your brain bounce around inside your skull.

However, some might say that this does not mean that my brain is hooked up properly or that I use any percentage of my brain. My response would be that you are correct. I would further add that I only wrote that the ride proves I had a brain and not that I gained anything profitable from it.

Being sick has only made me remember that I do have a throat, which no one ever questioned. My throat is definitely not more exciting than roller coasters. I do admit, though, this sickness has made me remember about all the good times I had on roller coasters, particularly the wooden roller coasters.

In summary, roller coasters have proven that I have a brain, and being sick has only reminded me of my throat's presence. Therefore, roller coasters are better.


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