Thursday, 10 June 2010

Me, Myself and I

I would not say I am someone in particular, I walk trough life as everyone else. Not that this is in anyway a bad thing, I would argue the opposite. You see life when moving at 5cm/s is great.
Friends are of course a large part but between hanging out, studying and having a freak out at the occasional mess in my room I enjoy the privacy of my thoughts as they keep me company trough the day. They sing to me, perhaps telling a quick joke every now and then, I guess my point would be the keep on top of the mood curve, except for at lunch - they gotta have a break sometime eh?

Me - that selfish little bastard always has a sneaky input on life. Telling me to pick up that coin from the ground or perhaps that it would be really nice to have that cookie someone is crunching on. I try to suppress him and it gets tedious, but if it wasn't for him I wouldn't know when someones in the wrong now would I?

Myself is probably what Me and I are all about, the combination of the two, the one sitting here writing, for some reason dreaming about a world where I don't have to use these clumsy keys to put down letters and craving a glass of randomly chosen cold drink.


  1. You have been reading up on Freud recently, haven't you?

    (As usual there are some pieces that doesn't fit with the theories and some that does. I guess you just read small piece of the important parts and then grew tired of it as usual ^^)

    1. Nope no Freud, I do know of him though and a few of his theories. I was inspired by the movie - Me, Myself and Irene as well as the saying - "Me, Myself and I". But great obeservation! I guess it does somewhat fit in with Freud's work (not prefectly but well enough).


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