Sunday, June 15, 2008
The Magnetic Poetry Sea
I'm a magnetic poetry addict. Have been since college. A certain someone got me into it, and, well, it went from there. The fact that I love word games and language probably doesn't help.
Recently, I got a few new ones. I found them on American Science & Surplus of all places. Since they were only $2 each, I splurged and got all four sets - Alien, Ghost, Therapy, and Gross & Weird.
This has lead to a number of weird and amusing, even by my standards, strings of words on my marker boards. Among them are the following:
"What would Jung do?"
"Vomit, by Freud"
"I possess repressed overbearing pathological sanity!"
"You can't destroy her invisible codependent goblin cloud"
"Smile you're having an anal probe!"
"They let me eat his eyes at the ritual"
"The stormy corpse flew on frightening Halloween instinct"
"Subconscious knife rain"
"Fantastic diagnosis or wicked extraterrestrial meds?"
and "Beta-powered sexual meteor!"
I have no idea where that last one came from. I basically just pulled words out of my tub and there it was. Go figure.
I refer to the collection as The Magnetic Poetry Sea because it's really starting to get fairly large. I wasn't kidding when I say there's a tub of it. If I get a house, I have a feeling that a wall of one of the rooms (or at least a significant portion of it) will be magnetic for the Mag Poetry Sea.
The Sea just keeps growing. Some companies even feed my addiction because they give sheets of the stuff as swag. =]
I really want a set with programming words, though. I may end up having to get a printable magnet sheet and making my own.
Current mood: amused
Current music: Backyard Babies - Pet Semetary