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Views expressed by Sleep Talkin' Man rarely reflect the opinions of waking Adam.
Especially the desire to exterminate all vegetarians (but he does hate lentils.)

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Jan 5 2012

"Now I'm going to batter you to death with chicken drumsticks! It'll be really messy, but I'm going to enjoy every hour of it."

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"Hey! That's MY bag of hair. Get your own! And stay away from the zoo, I'm going there next."
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And the ensuing discussion:


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KAREN: It's very strange that you said that, because I had a conversation—
ADAM: A REAL conversation about bags of hair?
KAREN: Yes!
ADAM: Get away!
KAREN: Yesterday afternoon, with Mark at work, we had a conversation about how much Molly sheds, and he was telling me how you can collect your pet's hair for a really long time, and then bring it to someone and they will knit it into a sweater.
ADAM: You will have a Molly sweater?
KAREN: Yes. BUT, the most amazing thing is that you said that—
ADAM: You never told me that discussion.
KAREN: No! Isn't that crazy?!
ADAM: STM can read your mind!

13 comments:

  1. The fact his unconscious self can read your mind is actually a little creepy... :|

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  2. no, it isn't. he's just using the knowledge for a greater good

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  3. I laughed at both, but mostly by Adam's last line: STM can read your mind! ;D Now, that's a scary thought.

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  4. That pet hair sweater idea is beyond disgusting, but the quotes are funny as usual.

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  5. you brighten up my day at work!

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  6. Hah.... putting on a dog haired jumper and my allergies would literally ignite. Hilariously puffy idea.

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  7. Yes, people make stuff with shed pet hair.

    However, hair is also good for your garden. Seriously. It makes wonderful fertilizer.

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  8. o'death becomes me, battered 'n bruised skewered5 January 2012 19:05

    that's so koouol Karen, STmanatismic-meeting of the minds-mindbending.the.waves.of.telepathy,
    (laugh track)
    good golly oh! Molly! towards the upcoming trendsetting-personalizing and uniquely one's own emphasizing treasure...

    three beat figure - 2 sixteenths and a quarter note [the quarter note being the downbeat]. The 2 sixteenths are on the snare, the quarter note is bass drum and crash.

    "ba-dum-bum-CHING", drumroll+rimshot crash cymbal tom-tom-kick, a "Ba Da Bing".-oomph kentuckyfried snares! to that artform'n tried idea, finger lookin' hairbaga...flyin'fur ballzayarn

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  9. Literally within one minute previous to coming here now; I WAS TALKING ABOUT THIS TOO! I had just been combing my cat... SPOOOOOOKY!

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  10. Yeah: this is where I think "STM - The Movie" would start turning into a horror film..... 7@=Q

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  11. Probably shouldn't mention that I actually am in possesion of several bags of animal hair (the shed-out strands of horses tails to be exact), and I would be very angry if someone tried to take them from me! If you take the time to sort through the hair and arrange it into a switch (think of it as extensions for horses) you can sell it for several thousand dollars!

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  12. I know this is an old post. but interestingly enough both hair and animal dung (as in the kind you would acquire from a zoo), are used in hot compost. The kind of composting gardeners do. And it takes some effort to get your hands on.

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