Thursday, 22 November 2012

Day 22 NaBloPoMo - Random Thursdays (such an appropriate title this week)

I am stuck in these four walls for yet another week. Aaaaaaaarrrrrrrrggggggggghhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sorry, while my people loving outdoor craving mind tries to assimilate this new information I will treat you to the conversation it had with it's self earlier today:

'Four walls, I guess that means the generic four outer walls of the house'

'Yeah but this house is semi-detached, so technically it only has three outer walls'

'The room then, four walls in a square room'

'Do walls with windows in count as a full wall?'

'Hmm what about all the little corners and little bits of wall'

'If we count them up this room has 10 walls'

'So you're counting the wall that is mostly archway as a wall then?

'Why not?'

'Then why not count all the wall in the dining room, technically they are part of the same room seeing as it is open plan!'

 
And just because the video and band name are totally apt for today's post
 


Ok, enough of my crazed mind for today!! This is the life of Sleepy Joe this week as part of Larissa's link up party.

 
PS Don't forget the Fairy Tale Friday Challenge, have a look here to catch up, there is still time to pen your adaptation. Deb at Kicking Corners has been keeping me well and truly entertained with her version of Little Red Riding Hood with not one, or two but a three part story to date with more to come.

8 comments:

  1. Well now that's a complicated decision ... what does qualify as four walls?

    Loving Deb's adaption; I am completely hooked!

    Thanks for linking up! :D

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    1. I'm so hooked I don't want it to end!!

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  2. What about alcoves too? This room has two alcoves...so that'd be like 3 walls each right there? Wouldn't it? Would it? Oh god my brain!

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    1. Lmao, I knew your brain would join in this conversation ;-) I counted alcoves, if that helps!

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  3. Glad to know I am not the only one who has these talks!!

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    1. Oh no, there are a few of us out there. Welcome to the club ;-)

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  4. Oh the curse of the overthinker--for some reason my brain is particularly hard on common expressions that everyone else seems to just take for granted and accept as is. Hope you're sprung from whatever definition of four walls your brain finally decided on.

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    1. Nope still stuck here!! If anyone ever needed to torture me they would find it really easy!!!!!

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