On Avoidant Behavior
When I should be writing, I exercise.
When I should be exercising, I write.
When I should be either exercising or writing, I clean the house.
When I should be writing something for money, I look at clothes and shoes online.
When I should be listening in church, I contemplate sexual intercourse.
When someone is telling me a step-by-step process which I ought to learn, I think about how long it will be before they stop talking.
When someone is telling me their dream, I imagine stabbing them in the eye.
When I don’t know what to do, I play Tetris on my phone.
When I lose at Tetris, I pet my dog and talk to him a whole bunch.
When I should call people, I email them.
When I should go to bed, I look online for naked photos of Micheal Fassbender.